Take a look at the following chart. These prepositions all express a direction. Every preposition is illustrated with a picture and some example sentences.
Schau dir die folgende Tabelle an. Diese Präpositionen drücken alle eine Richtung aus. Jede Präposition wird mit einem Bild und einigen Beispielsätzen illustriert.
- The woman is running up the hill.
- He looks up at the sky.
- You need to walk up the stairs to get to the bedrooms.
- She looks him up and down.
- The children love to climb up trees.
- They're going up to their rooms.
- How about driving up to Canada?
- She goes up to the attic to look for her old stuff.
- She's running down the hill.
- The children run down the stairs.
- He slipped and fell down the stairs.
- Every time she feels ashamed, she looks down.
- She's going down to the laundry.
- Although he is famous, he is quite down-to-earth.
- They all went down to the living room.
- The couple is walking across the bridge.
- It's hard to transport something across the border.
- He sailed across the ocean.
- They swam across the lake.
- They took a walk along the road.
- She was driving along Main Street.
- Let's sing along!
- Will you come along to the party?
- The kids are playing around the house.
- When she saw him, she ran around the car to greet him.
- The dog walked around the tree, then sat down.
- The whole family was running around the park.
- They want to make a trip around the world.
- The young woman is jumping over the puddle.
- He leaned over the counter.
- There were over 30 people at the party.
- A bird flew over his head.
- The dog is jumping through the loop.
- They walk through the door.
- You need to go through the living room to reach the kitchen.
- The woman looked through the car window.
- Come in!
- When she heard the buzz, she walked in.
- He is walking into the house.
- She puts the plates into the cupboard.
- When she walked into the room, she screamed.
- Let's go into the pool!
- When they drove into the city, they ran out of gas.
- They walk out the door.
- I need to go out tonight.
- She looked out the window.
- The woman is leaning out of the car window.
- Get out of the car!
- The keys fell out of his hands.
- He took her gift out of the box.
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