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Where things are

To: Alex Painter
From: Peter Adams
Subject: Party
Hi Alex!
Really pleased you can come to the party! Our address is 47, Bridge Road.
If you're coming from the town centre, you need to go right just before
the church. Keep driving down that road. Our house is near a big tree,
opposite the post office. You can park outside the house.
See you on Saturday!

Vocabulary A2 : Where is it   

Marisa is coming downstairs. Her dog is waiting at the bottom of the stairs.

Vocabulary A2 : Where is it

Max is standing at the top of a ladder. His wife is looking out of the window to see what he is doing.

Vocabulary A2 : Where is it

Maria is putting her clothes in the cupboard. There
are already a lot of clothes in it.

Words for talking about where things are

address (n) Your address is the number of the building, the name of the street, and the town or city where you live.
at (prep) You use at to say where something happens or is situated.
before (prep) If one place is before another, it comes first.
below (prep) If something is below something else, it is in a lower position.
bottom 1 (adj) The bottom thing is the lowest one.
                 2 (n) The bottom of something is the lowest or deepest part of it.
by (prep) Someone or something that is by something else is beside it.
down (prep)  Down means toward a lower level, or in a lower place.
downstairs (prep)  If you go downstairs in a building, you walk down the stairs toward the ground floor.
go (v) When you go somewhere, you move or travel there.
map (n)  A map is a drawing of a particular area such as a city or a country, that shows things like mountains, rivers, and roads.
near (prep) if something is near a place, a thing, or a person, it is a short distance from them.
opposite (prep) If one person or thing is opposite another, it is across from them.
out (adv) When you take something out, you remove it from a place.
out of (prep) If you take something out of a container or place, you remove it.
outside (prep) If you are outside a place, you are not in it.
place (n) A place is a particular building, area, town, or country.
put (v) If you put something in a particular place or position, you move it into that place or position.
there is/are (phrase)  You use there is or there are to describe that something exists or is in a certain place.
 top 1 (adj) The top thing is the highest one.
          2 (n) The top of something is its highest point.
up (prep) Up means towards a higher place.

1- Which sentences are correct?

2- Choose the correct word.

1 Do you know the_____ of Danny's school?


2 Please leave your wet shoes ______ the door.


3 The bathroom is at the ______ of the stairs.


4 The eggs are on the shelf _____ the milk and cheese.


5 Let's meet ______ the entrance of the cinema.

Put the correct word in each gap.

at | near | down | place | opposite | map | out of

When I arrived 1      the airport, I found a 2     , but the
  I wanted wasn't on it. I asked a woman to help me and she told me it was very4    'Go 5           the airport doors and you can see it on the 6          side of the road,' she said. It was so easy to find!

4- Put each sentence into the correct order.

1 downstairs / get / I / my watch / to / went / .
2 his pocket / of / took / Andy / his key / out / .
3 of / we walked / the hill / the top / to /.
4 the sports centre / the footballer / a photo / below / of / sat / .
5 the house / my phone / can only / outside / I / use / .
6 a cafe / lunch / her office / at / Kirsten has / opposite /.

5- Rearrange the letters to find words. Use the definitions to help you.

1 udetiso                               (not in the house)
2 robeef                                    (not after)
3 tomtob                                  (not the top)
4 sadders                             (where you live)
5 stopipeo                             (on the other side)
6 daswrotins                             (at the bottom of the stairs)