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  1. 1. ENGLISHENGLISHENGLISHENGLISH Marcy_cb21 6666 Module 57 A DepEd-BEAM Distance Learning Program supported by the Australian Agency for International Development USING PREPOSITIONS AND PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES
  2. 2. 77 Good day! In your previous modules, you have learned about pronouns, adjectives, and adverbs. This time we will learn about prepositions. We will be doing some activities. Be ready and have fun! This module will help us learn about prepositions and prepositional phrases. Copy the sentences in your notebook. Underline the prepositional phrases and encircle each preposition. Look at the example. The contest was held in the library. Start here. 1. The pupils were told to report to the contest room. 2. The contest room is near the library. 3. The librarian waited for the pupils since this morning. 4. The pupils will stay in the room until this afternoon. 5. During the contest, the pupils will not go out of the room. To the Learner Let’s Try This Let’s Learn This
  3. 3. 78 How did you find the activity? Are your answers like these? 1. to the contest room 2. near the delivery 3. since this morning for the pupils 4. until this afternoon in the room 5. during the contest of the room Don’t worry if you were not able to do the activity perfectly. This module will help you learn. Read the paragraphs. Then answer the questions below the paragraph. In the Philippines, weaving mats is widespread. The most colorful ones are found in the markets of Jolo and Zamboanga. Weaving mats take several weeks-from the gathering of pandan leaves to stripping, boiling, and dying until the weaving stages. The quality of a mat is judged by its softness and the fineness of the weave as well as the elegance of the design. Mats are also significant fixtures in Filipino homes. They are sometimes used in rituals. In some places, mats are used as carpets to highlight an occasion. It is also cool to sleep on, especially inside a nipa hut, where people sleep in the floor. 1. Where are the colorful mats found? 2. What are mats made of? 3. How does one know that a mat is of good quality? 4. What Filipino value is shown in the article? Let’s Study This
  4. 4. 79 Study the following phrases taken from the paragraphs. in the Philippines in the markets from the gathering of pandan leaves of pandan leaves to stripping until the weaving stages of the weave of the design in Filipino homes in rituals in some places inside a nipa hut on the floor - What do we call these phrases? - What do these phrases tell? - With what words do they begin? These phrases are called prepositional phrases. A prepositional phrase is a group of words that begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or a pronoun as objects of preposition. Prepositional phrases tell time or place.
  5. 5. 80 - What is a preposition? A preposition is a word that relates the noun or pronoun following it to some other word or words in the sentence. Here is a list of prepositions. Prepositions may be made up of a single word or two or more words. Study the chart below. Single-Word Prepositions about through near during beneath toward into in beyond before above throughout of beside along under inside without by behind across for besides among outside into upon down below between around until over at within with Compound Prepositions according to aside from because of by means of instead of in addition to in front of in place of in spite of on top of out of despite of owing to prior to up in along with - What is an object of the preposition? The noun or pronoun that follows the preposition which relates to another word in the sentence is called the object of the preposition. Study the examples. with a small girl of Poblacion Sta. Cruz into the water at the left side The underlined words are the objects of the preposition.
  6. 6. 81 Read the poem. Underline the prepositional phrase. Encircle the prepositions and box the object of each preposition. The first line is done for you. Finished? Check your work. Look at the Answer Key for the correct answers. How much did you get? If you got 4-5, you’re good. Answer the next module. If you got 3 and below, answer Let’s Do More. Let’s Do This The Ice Cream Vendor When it is summer in the city And people feel the heat, The ice cream with his cart, Goes pushing down the street. R-r-ring, r-r-ring goes his bell Calling children to come near, And through the window the children peep If it is the ice cream vendor they hear. “Mama, Mama”, a little girl calls, “Give me money for a popsicle”. To the yellow cart she strolls, To buy something to keep her cool. Developing Reading Power 3
  7. 7. 82 Fill in the blanks with the correct prepositions. Choose from the word box. A word can be used repeatedly. Having an aquarium is the next best thing to living 1. _____ the sea. A tropical fish store owner will give advice 2. _____ the kind 3. _____ tank and fish 4. _____ a beginner. Many start 5. _____ a ten-gallon tank. A layer 6. _____ sand 7. _____ the bottom provides a place 8. _____ plants. These plants add 9. _____ the beauty 10. _____ the tank. How did you find the activity? Look at the Answer Key and check your answers. What’s your score? If your score is 8-10, proceed to the next module. If your score is 7 and below, answer Let’s Test Ourselves. of to on for with under Let’s Do More
  8. 8. 83 What is a prepositional phrase? The preposition, its object, and modifiers of the object make up a prepositional phrase. A preposition is a word that relates the noun or pronoun following it to some other word or words in the sentence. An object of the preposition is the noun or pronoun that follows the preposition which relates to another word in the sentence. Examples: Two girls are on the swing. They stay on the benches within the park last night. The underline phrases are the prepositional phrases. The encircled words are prepositions and the boxed words are the objects of the prepositions. Copy the sentences in your notebook. Underline the correct preposition inside the box. Let’s Test Ourselves Let’s Remember This
  9. 9. 84 The Scout Badge is composed 1. with, of two major parts: the trefoil and the scroll. The trefoil is the three-pointed portion 2. of, at the badge, each point representing one of the three promises of the Scout Oath. The three stars stand 3. for, of the three geographical divisions of the Philippine archipelago: Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. The single band 4. below, within the sun symbolizes unity. The scroll, 5. with, at the bottom of the badge is turned up at its edge like the mouth. Are you done? Look at the Answer Key again then check your answers. What’s your score? If your score is 4-5, go to the next module. If your score is 3 and below, answer Let’s Enrich Ourselves. Choose 5 prepositions written on the leaves and use them in sentences. Do this on a sheet of paper. Let your teacher check your work. Let’s Enrich Ourselves
  10. 10. 85 1. _______________ 2. _______________ 3. _______________ 4. _______________ 5. _______________ Finished? Are your answers all correct? If you got 4-5, Good Job. Here’s a star for you. If you got 3 and below, review the whole module. to until under near with within of for beside from
  11. 11. 86 Let’s Do This 1. with his cart 2. down the street 3. through the window 4. for a popsicle 5. to the yellow cart Let’s Do More 1. under 2. on 3. of 4. for 5. with 6. of 7. on 8. for 9. to 10. of Let’s Test Ourselves 1. of 2. of 3. for 4. below 5. at Let’s Enrich Ourselves Answers may vary. Let your teacher check your answers. Answer Key

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