This unit is is designed to acquaint you with topics relating to location. Upon completion of this unit you will be familiar with: ways to explain your location in the world or even just in a room.

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Lesson 74: In the World

by Athabasca University

"Lesson 74: In the World contains instruction on how to describe your position in the world using the following words: a long way from, in, into, near, off, on, outside, through, to, and toward. There are two practice exercises so that you can reinforce the skills you just learned. This lesson is part of the Athabasca University Mobile ESL course."
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Exercise 74.1

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Part of Athabasca University's Mobile ESL Course, Exercise 74.1 tests your knowledge of when to use in, on, at, to, or off.
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Exercise 74.2

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Part of Athabasca University's Mobile ESL Course, Exercise 74.2 tests your knowledge of when to use in, into, or to.
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Lesson 75: In a Town

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"Lesson 75: In a Town contains instruction on how to describe your position in a town using the following words: across, along, around, at, behind, between, in, in front of, into, next to, on, opposite, out of, outside, past, around, and to. There are two practice exercises so that you can reinforce the skills you just learned. This lesson is part of the Athabasca University Mobile ESL course."
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Exercise 75.1

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Part of Athabasca University's Mobile ESL Course, Exercise 75.1 tests your knowledge of when to use in, into, or to.
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Exercise 75.2

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Part of Athabasca University's Mobile ESL Course, Exercise 75.2 tests your knowledge of when to use across, into, past, around, through, or toward.
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Lesson 76: Outdoors

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"Lesson 76: Outdoors contains instruction on how to describe your position outdoors using the following words: at, down, in, into, inside, off, on, onto, out of, outside, over, under, and up. There are three practice exercises so that you can reinforce the skills you just learned. This lesson is part of the Athabasca University Mobile ESL course."
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Exercise 76.1

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Part of Athabasca University's Mobile ESL Course, Exercise 76.1 tests your knowledge of when to use at or in.
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Exercise 76.2

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Part of Athabasca University's Mobile ESL Course, Exercise 76.2 tests your knowledge of when to use in, into, to, on, or onto.
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Exercise 76.3

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Part of Athabasca University's Mobile ESL Course, Exercise 76.3 tests your knowledge of when to use to, at, or from.
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Lesson 77: Indoors

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"Lesson 77: Indoors contains instruction on how to describe your position indoors using the following words: above, at, below, by, downstairs, in, inside, on, out, outside, and upstairs. There is one practice exercise so that you can reinforce the skills you just learned. This lesson is part of the Athabasca University Mobile ESL course."
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Exercise 77.1

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Part of Athabasca University's Mobile ESL Course, Exercise 77.1 tests your knowledge of when to use at, in, or on.
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Lesson 78: In a Room

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"Lesson 78: In a Room contains instruction on how to describe your position in a room using the following words: at, away, from, behind, beside, between, by, in front of, near, next to, of, on, and through. This lesson is part of the Athabasca University Mobile ESL course."
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Lesson 79: Objects and People

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"Lesson 79: Objects and People contains instruction on how to talk about objects and people using the following words: away, here, in, off, on, on top of, out of, over, under, underneath, with, and without. There are three practice exercises so that you can reinforce the skills you just learned. This lesson is part of the Athabasca University Mobile ESL course."
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Exercise 79.1

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Part of Athabasca University's Mobile ESL Course, Exercise 79.1 tests your knowledge of when to use in or on.
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Exercise 79.2

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Part of Athabasca University's Mobile ESL Course, Exercise 79.2 tests your knowledge of when to use at, in, or on.
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Exercise 79.3

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Part of Athabasca University's Mobile ESL Course, Exercise 79.3 tests your knowledge of when to use off, out, or out of.
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