, , . , :
Above , :
The seagull flies above the ship. - .
Among(st) friends e-/ - (. between).
As far asX = X ;
At, X : aim at - ; laugh at - ; point at - .
Below , .
Beneath , below, below beneath ones dignity - , to be beneath ones contempt - .
Beside - () = at the side of. : besides - , - . :
Who was there besides you? - , , ?
Between- y. :
There was a fight between two -
boys. .
Divide this money between you two. - .
among - , - :
They arranged among themselves. - .
Divide this money among you four. - (, 2- ).
He divided his money between/ -
amonghis five sons. .
between among - . , between among . mong :
he Rhine flows between France -
and Germany. .
Switzerland is between France, -
Germany, Austria and Italy. , , .
, -o between ( ), , . , - among ( ), , , .
btwn , -:
The little valley is between high -
mountains. .
Between to divide - , to share - , ;
shared his property between his -
wife, his son and his sister. , .
I divide my time between teaching, -
writing books and lecturing. , .
Among , :
Amng the first to arrive was the -
Fantasian ambassador. .
He has a number of novelists -
among his friends. .
Far w from (/ ) a long way from (/ ) . :
We are a long way from X. - X.
Are we far (away) from X? - X?
No, we are not far from X. - , X.
Far () so - , too - vr - . : We are so far from X.
For (, , ) :
h train for Paris... - // 慠
From (, ) aw - , :
We stayed away from home. - .
He came (away) from the theatre. - .
from X to Y.

In :
Put this in your pocket. - .
into :
) , , :
Run into the house. - .
Dont run in the house. - ea .
) . : to get into trouble - .
Inside() , , , .
Near (, , ) ver:
Come nearer (to) the fire. .
Com nearer. - .
Who is nearest the door? - ?
Dont come so/ too/ very near. - //
.
Next to - , , , . : the chair next to the fire - ; the house next to ours - .
On, ont () , . nto , . Onto on to. on to :
We went on to Rome. - .
Outside (, ) - :
We are outside the hotel. - .
Keep outside this little room, - ,
will you? ?
Ovr () , :
Hold the umbrella over your head. - .
all over over . :
Ants are running all over me. - o .
Im shivering all over. - .
Theres mud all over your coat. - .

Through - , . , across (), through . crss , through - / . :
The lake froze and we walked - ,
across the ice. .
It took us two hours to walk - ,
through the forest. .
I walked across the square to the - .
cafe.
I pushed my way through the - c .
crowdtothebar.
Through , , :
She swam across the river. - .
Throughout (, ) :
The nws spread throughout the -
country. ( ).
Towards ( ) toward .
Under () -:
The cat is under the sofa. - () .
Underneath () .
Within (, ) :
Over a thousand civilians were
crowded together within the .
fortress.
within :
Its difficult sometimes to live -
within ones income. , ( ).

 

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