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Jack and Jill went up the hill to smoke some marijuana. (self.deadcupidd) submitted 2 days ago by deadcupidd. Jack got high and grabbed her thigh and said “You know. Dec 09, 2009 jack and jill went up the hill to smoke some marijuana jack got high unzipped his fly and asked,'hey jill, you wanna?' Jill said,'yes,' unzipped her dress and then they had some fun, too bad jill forgot her pill and now they have a son. Learn english grammar pdf. Queens, NY, 1999.

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Prepositions of movement show movement from one place to another place. These prepositions always describe movement and we usually use them with verbs of motion.

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  2. Jack and jill went up the hill, to smoke some marajuana, jack got high, pulled down his fly, and asked jill if she wanna. Jill said yes, pulled up her dress, and had a little fun, but stupid jill, forgot the pill, and now they have a son Sent by jessica Rating: 5/5 (11 Votes).

The most common preposition of movement is the preposition to, which describes movement in the direction of something, for example:

  • How do you go to work?
  • He drove to London in five hours.
  • Nobody came to the party :(
Prepositions of movement are also called prepositions of direction.

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Prepositions of Movement list

Here is a list of the most common prepositions of movement, with example sentences for each one:

across: movement from one side to the other side of something

  • It took us three days to drive across the desert.
  • The dog ran across the road and nearly got hit by a car.

around: movement passing something in a curved route, not going through it

  • A big dog was sleeping on the floor so she had to walk around it.
  • They walked around the town for an hour.

away from: indicating the point where a movement begins

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  • The mouse ran away from the cat and escaped.

down: movement from a higher point to a lower point of something

  • They ran down the hill to the stream below.
  • He climbed down the ladder to the bottom of the well.

from: indicating the point where a movement begins

  • We flew from Bangkok to London.
  • The police took my driving licence from me.

into: movement to an enclosed space; movement resulting in physical contact

  • He got into the car and closed the door.
  • The car crashed into the wall.

off: movement away from (and often down from) something

  • Please take your papers off my desk.
  • The wineglass fell off the table and shattered on the floor.

on to, onto: movement to the top surface of something

  • They went up on to the stage.
  • Move the kettle onto the counter.

out of: indicating the enclosed space where a movement begins

  • Take your hands out of your pockets and help me!
  • He went out of the room to smoke a cigarette.

over: movement above and across the top or top surface of something

  • We are flying over the mountains.
  • The cat jumped over the wall.

past: movement from one side to the other side of something

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  • We could see children in the playground as we drove past the school.
  • We gave the marathoners water as they ran past us.

to: movement in the direction of something

  • Could you give this to Kob please?
  • Does this train go to London?

throughthru (AmE): movement in one side and out of the other side of something

  • The train goes through a tunnel under the hill.
  • Hey! You just went thru a red light!

towardstoward (mostly AmE): movement in the direction of something

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  • The night sky got brighter as they drove toward the city.
  • At last she could recognize the person coming towards her.
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under: movement directly below something Lipi of english.

  • The mouse ran under the chair.
  • Submarines can travel under water.

up: movement from a lower point to a higher point of something

  • Jack and Jill ran up the hill.
  • The boat takes two hours going up the river and one hour coming down.

Example sentences with Prepositions of Movement

Here are some more example sentences showing prepositions of movement in context:

  • James Bond came into the room and took his gun out of his pocket.
  • He walked around the table and moved toward the window.
  • They saw someone running away from the school, past a car and towards the road.
  • They went up on to the roof.
  • He jumped off the platform and ran over the rails just before the train arrived.
  • The prisoners squeezed through the window, ran across the grass and escaped under the fence.
  • Jack and Jill walked up the hill. Pretty soon they were tumbling down the hill.
  • Did you walk here from home?
  • They didn't go to school yesterday.
For a full list of prepositions plus examples and quizzes, you may like this PDF ebook, English Prepositions List by EnglishClub founder Josef Essberger.
  • 94 one-word prepositions and 56 complex prepositions
  • 400 example sentences
  • 200 quiz questions, with answers
  • illustrated