unit76 - I’ll wait inside the bank It’s too cold...

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Unit 76: OUTDOORS This unit gives you examples of at, down, in, into, inside, off, on, onto, out of, outside, over, under and up when we are talking about outdoor places and public places. 1 At In / on / inside / outside This means ‘ at the same place as ’ or ‘ near ’. We are interested in exactly where. We are not interested in the exact position. Maria’s at the hospital. Maria’s in hospital. She is working or visiting. She is sick; she cannot leave. They’re all at the beach. They’re on the beach. not at home not in the water I’ll wait for you at the bank.
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Unformatted text preview: I’ll wait inside the bank. It’s too cold outside. outside or inside I’m saying exactly where. 2 Transport get in / into the car BUT on / onto the train / plane / ship get out of the car BUT off the train / plane / ship 3 Over / under / up / down The branches of the tree hung over the road. We found shelter from the rain under a tree. The children ran up the hill. He jumped over the wall. The cat crawled under a car. He climbed slowly down the ladder. 4 In / into We walked in the park for half an hour. From the bus stop, we walked into the park....
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