English Preposition Up
Learn English Up Preposition

Grammar Prepositions- Lesson Sixty Four

In this grammar lesson, you learn about Up preposition in English and how to use it in your English conversation and writing. Just follow examples and write them down a few times to learn them very well. After finishing this lesson, you should work on its quiz.

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1. They’re traveling up the escalator.

2. You need to walk up the stairs to get to the temple.

3. The arrow on this sign points up.

4. Jennifer likes to hang up pictures that her children have drawn.

She puts the pictures up on the wall in her office.

(The word “up” is often used with verb phrases.)


5. After ten minutes of work, their tent is up.

(“Up” is used as an adjective in this sentence.)


6. This hot-air balloon is up in the air.


7. It’s dangerous to get up close to a lion.

(get up close: get very close; to move near something)


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