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Unformatted text preview: Prepositions Common prepositions Prepostion Translation à 1. to 2. at 3. of 4. in à côté de next to, besides à l'intérieur inside de après avec chez dans after Example Notes -Expresses a report/ratio of place (to), time (at), Je vais à Paris. -- I am going to Paris. possession (of or 's), means, Je pars à cinq heures. -- I am leaving at five manner, price. C'est un ami à moi. -- This is a friend of - Introduced a complement of mine. indirect object or a complement C'est la voiture à John. -- This is John's car. of attribution, a complement of the name or adjective. Le chien est à côté du (du= de le) chat. The Dog is next to the cat. l'air à l'intérieur de la maison Alternative: dedans (rarely used the air inside the house as a preposition) On mange après avoir bu We eat after we drink Ils sont avec leurs familles. They are with their Families. at the home of Il est allé chez lui. He went home. Les livres sont dans la bibliothèque. The in books are in the library. Also an adverb. with de 1. of, from 2. about derrière behind devant in front of Synonym: en Also an indefinite artcle. Contractions: du, des IPA: /də/ Vos clés sont derrière votre lit. Your keys are behind your bed. Used mostly to indicate distance in time or space. Also a pronoun. en in ici here Il est ici. He Is Here. là there Où est-elle? Elle est là, dans cette maison-là. Where is she? She is in that house over there. loin de far Le lycée est loin de la plage. The School is far from the beach. par 1. through 2. by, for près de near La bibliothèque est près de la plage. The Library is near the beach pour for Ils l'ont fait pour toi. They made it for you. IPA: /pur/ sans without Elles veulent avoir une fête sans alcool. They want to have a party without alcohol. Also a noun: le par - (golf) par ...
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