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English Prepositions

Along & Behind



Behind - is used when you want to say that something is in back of something else.

  • In the bus we sit behind the bus driver.
  • The children sit behind the desk at school.
  • The taller children stood behind the shorter children for the class photo.

Along - something that is in a line, or that is moving in one in one direction or the direction of something.

  • Walk along the side of the street, till you see the library.
  • We have trees along our street.
  • At the swimming pool, people like to sit along the pool.

Across & Along

Next & Over There

Behind & Along

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Using Prepositions

Prepositions of Position

Prepositions of Time

In At On - Time Prepositions

In At On - Place Prepositions

Place Prepositions Quiz

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During - While - For

Up - Over - Above

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