Common Core: 1st Grade English Language Arts : Use Frequently Occurring Prepositions: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.1.1.I

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Example Question #1 : Use Frequently Occurring Prepositions: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.1.I

Select the preposition from the sentence below:

The TV is on the table. 

Possible Answers:

the

table

on

is

Correct answer:

on

Explanation:

A preposition tells where something is. A preposition is often directional words. 

In this sentence, we are told where the TV is. It's on the table. 

The correct answer is "on". 

Example Question #2 : Use Frequently Occurring Prepositions: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.1.I

Select the preposition from the sentence below:

My shoe is under the bed. 

Possible Answers:

is

the

my

under

Correct answer:

under

Explanation:

A preposition tells where something is. A preposition is often directional words. 

In this sentence, we are told where the shoe is. It's under the bed. 

The correct answer is "under". 

Example Question #1 : Use The Most Frequently Occurring Prepositions: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.K.1. E

Fill in the blank with the correct preposition. 

The cat is hiding _________ the bed. 

Possible Answers:

under

my

her

Correct answer:

under

Explanation:

A preposition tells where something is. A preposition is often directional words.

"Under" is the preposition. 

Example Question #4 : Use Frequently Occurring Prepositions: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.1.I

Fill in the blank with the correct preposition.

The tree is ________ the house. 

Possible Answers:

behind

my

bigger

Correct answer:

behind

Explanation:

A preposition tells where something is. A preposition is often directional words.

"Behind" is the preposition. 

Example Question #5 : Use Frequently Occurring Prepositions: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.1.I

Fill in the blank with the correct preposition. 

My mom is sitting _________ me. 

Possible Answers:

beside

run

she

Correct answer:

beside

Explanation:

A preposition tells where something is. A preposition is often directional words.

"Beside" is the preposition. 

Example Question #6 : Use Frequently Occurring Prepositions: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.1.I

Fill in the blank with the correct preposition. 

The dog is _________ in the yard. 

Possible Answers:

outside

sad

with

Correct answer:

outside

Explanation:

A preposition tells where something is. A preposition is often directional words.

"Outside" is the preposition. 

Example Question #7 : Use Frequently Occurring Prepositions: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.1.I

Fill in the blank with the correct preposition. 

I ran _________ the yard. 

Possible Answers:

big

around

my

Correct answer:

around

Explanation:

A preposition tells where something is. A preposition is often directional words.

"Around" is the preposition. 

Example Question #8 : Use Frequently Occurring Prepositions: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.1.I

Fill in the blank with the correct preposition. 

I sit __________ my parents. 

Possible Answers:

between

happy

ran

Correct answer:

between

Explanation:

A preposition tells where something is. A preposition is often directional words.

"Between" is the preposition. 

Example Question #9 : Use Frequently Occurring Prepositions: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.1.I

Fill in the blank with the correct preposition. 

The cat ran _________ the street. 

Possible Answers:

with

across

for

Correct answer:

across

Explanation:

A preposition tells where something is. A preposition is often directional words.

"Across" is the preposition. 

Example Question #10 : Use Frequently Occurring Prepositions: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.1.I

Fill in the blank with the correct preposition. 

I like to stay _________ the TV. 

Possible Answers:

red

sad

near

Correct answer:

near

Explanation:

A preposition tells where something is. A preposition is often directional words.

"Under" is the preposition. 

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