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Nível Avançado › Lost in Las Vegas

  • At the end of this lesson you’ll be able to:

    • Understand how to give and take directions
    • Understand complex prepositions of place
    • Understand different phrasal verbs with "give"

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IN FRONT OF, PAST, ACROSS FROM
Dialog: "
Ok, I'm on Las Vegas Boulevard, right in front of the Venetian."

The prepositions of place "in front of", "past" and "across from" are used to show how something is situated in relation to something else. "In front of" is used to show the position of something at or near the front part of something. "Past" is used to describe the location of something that is beyond or farther than something else in position. "Across from" is used to provide the location of something in front of another object, implying that there is something between the two objects, separating them.

1) IN FRONT OF

  • My son stood in front of me, and I realized that he was taller than I was!
  • Jill asked Jack to wait for her in front of the statue of the giant bull.

2) PAST

  • I didn't see the exit so I drove straight past it.
  • The post office is right past the baseball fields on Belvidere Avenue.

3) ACROSS FROM

  • The Neue Galerie is across from Central Park on the Upper East Side.
  • The London Eye is across the Thames from Big Ben.

Sobre esta aula

Have you ever found yourself lost in Las Vegas? Or anywhere else, for that matter? Learn more complex prepositions of place to find out where things are located...including yourself!

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