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IS THERE A BOOK ON THE TABLE?

PREPOSITIONS
 
                                                                                                                       
                       
 
 
1. LOOK AT THE PICTURE AND CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER:
 
 
 
- Is there a skateboard behind the wardrobe?
Yes, there is.
No, there isn't.
No, it isn't.
 
-Is there a school bag under the bed?
 No, it isn't.
No, there aren't.
Yes, there is.
 
-Are there books on the bed?
No, there isn't.
No, there aren't.
Yes, there are.
 
-Are there books on the selves?
Yes, there are.
No, there aren't.
Yes, there is.
 
-Is there a computer on the table?
No, there isn't.
No, there aren't.
Yes, there is.
 
-Is there a chair in front of the table?
Yes, there is.
No, there aren't.
No, there isn't.
 
-Is there a table next to the bed?
Yes, there is.
No, there isn't.
No, there aren't.
 
2. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE CORRECT PREPOSITON:
 
                             
 
- The wardrobe is the selves.
- There is a computer  the table.
- There is a schoolbag  the bed.
- There is a table  the chair.
- There is a raccoon  the table.
- There is a skateboard  the wardrobe.
 
 
3. LISTEN THE SENTENCES AND COMPLETE THEM WRITING "THERE IS" OR "THERE ARE".
 
   a book on the table.
 
  horses on the farm.
 
  a cat under the table.
 
  a fly in my soup.
 
  a lot of rabbits on my farm.
 
 
4. LISTEN THE SENTENCES AND COMPLETE THEM WRITING "THERE IS" OR "THERE ISN'T".
 
  a skateboard behind the wardrobe.
 
  a raccoon under the table.
 
  a computer on the table.
 
   any sheep on my farm.
 
  a big cow on my farm.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

       

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