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Prepositions with forms of transport.

Prepositions with forms of transport.

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Prepositions with Forms of Transport Presentation Transcript

  • 1. P repositions with F orms of T ransport
  • 2. P repositions with F orms of T ransport
    • W hen you talk about the type of vehicle or transport you use to travel somewhere, you use ‘by’.
    • by bus by car by plane
    • by train by bicycle by coach
  • 3. P repositions with F orms of T ransport
    • She had come by car with her husband and her four children.
    • I left London in the afternoon and went by bus and train to Nottingham.
    • WARNING: If you want to say you walk somewhere you say you go ‘on foot’. You do not say ‘by foot’.
    • Mary decided to continue on foot .
  • 4. P repositions with F orms of T ransport
    • Y ou use ‘in’, ‘into’, and ‘out of’ when you are talking about cars, vans, lorries, taxis, and ambulances.
    • I followed them in my car .
    • The carpets had to be collected in a van .
    • Mr Ward happened to be getting into his lorry .
    • She was carried out of the ambulance .
  • 5. P repositions with F orms of T ransport
    • Y ou use ‘on’, ‘onto’, and ‘off’ when you are talking about other forms of transportation, such as buses, coaches, trains, ships, and planes.
    • Why don’t you come on the train with me to New York?
    • Peter Hurd was already on the plane from California.
  • 6. P repositions with F orms of T ransport
    • The last thing he wanted was to spend ten days on a boat with Hooper.
    • He jumped back onto the old bus , now nearly empty.
    • Mr Bixby stepped off the train and walked quickly to the exit.
  • 7. P repositions with F orms of T ransport
    • Y ou can use ‘in’, ‘into’, and ‘out of’ with these other forms of transportation, usually when you are focusing on the physical position or movement of the person rather than stating what form of transportation they are using.
    • The passengers in the plane were beginning to panic.
    • He got back into the train quickly, before Brad could stop him.
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