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Prepositions of location
Therefore, you have to know them, make a difference between them, and determine when to use them.
I) Using the opposites to express locations:
II) The main prepositions of place:
III) In order to describe images or photos: mention foreground, middle plan, background!
In the foreground, in the middle ground, in the background...
IV) Quite a lot of idioms :
- behind the scenes= unseen, secretely influencing events.
- beside the point= irrelevant.
- inside out= with the inner side out.
up in the air= uncertain.
- within reason= that's reasonable.
Well well! It's now time to test your knowledge! I'm sure you'll do great at the test! May the FORCE be with you!
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