Using English Prepositions – Lesson 10: Less Common Uses – Let’s learn grammar!

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Using English Prepositions – Lesson 10: Less Common Uses – Let's learn grammar!

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Free interactive exercise to review: http://www.englishwithjennifer.com/less.common.prepositions.htm

Teachers: See related a post on my ELT blog.
https://englishwithjennifer.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/down-a-less-traveled-path-less-common-uses-of-prepositions/

INDEX:
0:01 Introduction
0:45 BETWEEN for shared amounts/things common to 2+ people
2:26 IN and INTO for parts of a whole/dividing things up
4:32 Be BESIDE oneself
6:15 That’s BESIDE the point
7:03 UP and DOWN to refer to something being farther along
7:22 ON with use of technology
9:21 OVER with use of technology
9:52 ABOVE and BENEATH to refer to goodness or importance
11:10 Exercise: Complete the questions. Then answer them.
13:14 Lesson ending

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