Preposition Song MP3 (lyrics) from Grammar Songs by Kathy Troxel/Audio Memory
A preposition always introduces a phrase.
A noun or pronoun always comes at the end of that phrase.
Some prepositions are: above, at, up and down, through,
underneath, until, against, off, on and onto.
Come to me at the castle. I'll be waiting in the dungeon,
looking out the window. Watch out for alligators.
Some prepositions are: across, with, without and from, to -
concerning, over, under, by, for with and into.
Some prepositions are: before, after, during, like, on,
around, below, along, beneath, off, within and upon.
You travel up the mountain, and go beyond the vultures,
through the scary forest. Please rescue me from danger.
copyright 1984 by Kathy Troxel/Audio Memory
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