Grammar | Video: Learn Prepositions from the Olympics
As all of you know, the Olympics are going on right now and I am sure you have been reading reports on the events that have been taking place every day. Today, we are going to make use of these reports to pick up some prepositions that are used commonly when reporting sports events!
A preposition is used to show a relationship in space or time or a logical relationship between two or more people, places or things.
Are you ready? Let’s see how many of these you know!
Sources of the articles are from:
Article #1: Singapore against Japan table tennis match
Article #2: finished in (duration)... Usain Bolt
Article #3: finished with a score of… Simone Biles
Article #4: in history… Joseph Schooling
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