Summer has begun! It's time to go to the beach and put your sun lotion on and your feet up. But before you go, brush up your grammar by picturing the prepositions of place – like those we use to describe the beaches in our article "The beaches we love the best" – see page 22 of the July issue of the magazine.
Prepositions are one of the trickier elements of language. One little word can change the meaning of a whole sentence. Do you know which prepositions go with which nouns and verbs? Try our exercise, which uses text from our History article about New Zealand.