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Prepositions Definition

Prepositions are used to show the relationship between a noun or pronoun and other words in a sentence.

Prepositions can indicate direction, location, time, manner, and possession.

Prepositions are usually placed before the noun or pronoun they modify.

Here are examples of prepositions and their usage:

In” – This preposition is commonly used to indicate location or position within a space.
Example: She is in the kitchen.

On” – This preposition is commonly used to indicate location or position on a surface.
Example: The book is on the table.

At” – This preposition is commonly used to indicate a specific time or location.
Example: I will meet you at the restaurant.

To” – This preposition is commonly used to indicate movement or direction towards a person, place, or thing.
Example: He went to the store.

For” – This preposition is commonly used to indicate purpose or intended recipient.
Example: This gift is for you.

With” – This preposition is commonly used to indicate accompaniment or association.
Example: She went to the party with her friends.

Other Examples:-

In“:
1.The cat is in the box.
2.She lives in a small town.
3.He is in the kitchen making dinner.
4.We met in the park.
5.There’s a spider in my room.

On“:
1.The pen is on the desk.
2.The hat is on your head.
3.There’s a stain on your shirt.
4.She is sitting on the couch.
5.The painting is on the wall.

At“:
1.They arrived at the airport.
2.The party is at my house.
3.He is waiting at the bus stop.
4.She is studying at the library.
5.I will meet you at the restaurant.

To“:
1.She walked to the store.
2.He sent a letter to his friend.
3.I want to go to the beach.
4.The cat ran to its owner.
5.The children went to bed.

For“:
1.This book is for children.
2.I made this cake for you.
3.He bought flowers for his wife.
4.The gift is for your birthday.
5.This message is for John.

With“:
1.She is with her family.
2.He is with his girlfriend.
3.I always travel with my backpack.
4.The girl is playing with her doll.
5.We had coffee with our friends.

Here’s a list of prepositions in alphabetical order:

board, about, above, across, after, against, along, amid, among, around, as, at Before, behind, below, beneath, beside, between, beyond, but, by, Concerning, considering, despite, down, during, Except, for, from, in, inside, into, Like, Minus, Near, next, notwithstanding, off, on, onto, opposite, out, outside, over, Past, Per, plus, Regarding, round, Since, Through, throughout, to, toward, under, underneath, unlike, until, up, upon, Versus, via, With, within, without

Here are some more examples:

Aboard:
1.She climbed aboard the ship.
2.We are all aboard the train.
3.The captain is aboard the aircraft carrier.
4.The passengers are aboard the plane.
5.The sailors are aboard the submarine.

About:
1.We talked about our favorite books.
2.The movie is about a detective solving a crime.
3.She is excited about her upcoming trip.
4.The article is about the benefits of exercise.
5.The book is about the history of ancient Rome.

Above:
1.The clouds are above the mountains.
2.The bird is flying above the trees.
3.The helicopter is hovering above the building.
4.The picture is hanging above the fireplace.
5.The airplane is cruising at an altitude of 30,000 feet above sea level.

Across:
1.The bridge stretches across the river.
2.She walked across the street to the store.
3.The message was sent across the country.
4.The trail goes across the forest.
5.He saw his friend across the crowded room.

After:
1.We had coffee after dinner.
2.The concert begins after the opening act.
3.She ran after the bus, but it was too late.
4.The children played after school.
5.The store closed after the last customer left.

Against:
1.The car crashed against the wall.
2.He leaned against the tree.
3.The team played against their rivals.
4.The wind was blowing against the sailboat.
5.She pressed her hand against the window.

Along:
1.The river runs along the valley.
2.They walked along the beach at sunset.
3.The road goes along the coast.
4.The fence runs along the property line.
5.The train traveled along the tracks.

Amid:
1.The flowers were blooming amid the grass.
2.The city is nestled amid the mountains.
3.The company thrived amid the competition.
4.They found peace amid the chaos.
5.The book stood out amid the other books on the shelf.

Among:
1.The children shared the candy among themselves.
2.The star stood out among the others.
3.She felt lost among the crowd.
4.The painting is among the best in the gallery.
5.The secret was known only among a few people.

Around:
1.The earth rotates around the sun.
2.She tied a scarf around her neck.
3.The children played around the tree.
4.He walked around the block.
5.The necklace has diamonds around the entire chain.

As:
1.She works as a nurse.
2.He was dressed as a pirate for Halloween.
3.They treated her as a member of the family.
4.The book is written as a memoir.
5.As the sun sets, the sky turns red and orange.

At:
1.They met at the coffee shop.
2.The party is at my house.
3.We arrived at the airport early.
4.The cat is at the vet.
5.He is waiting at the bus stop.

Before:
1.We need to finish the project before the deadline.
2.The sun sets before 8pm in the summer.
3.She washed her hands before cooking.
4.He introduced himself before giving the speech.
5.The guests arrived before the bride and groom.

Behind:
1.The car is behind the truck.
2.She hid behind the tree.
3.The truth was behind the lies.
4.The team is behind in the game.
5.He left his past behind and started a new life.

Below:
1.The fish swim below the surface of the water.
2.The basement is below the ground floor.
3.The plane is flying below the clouds.
4.The shipwreck is below the water’s surface.
5.The temperature dropped below freezing.

Beside:

1,She sat beside her friend in the movie theater.
2.The cat slept beside the fireplace.
3.The museum is located beside the park.
4.He stood beside his car, waiting for his friend.
5.The book was left beside the bed.

Between:
1.The book is between the two bookends.
2.The restaurant is located between the two streets.
3.The ball went flying between the two trees.
4.The teacher divided the class into two groups between boys and girls.
5.The conversation was between them and the manager.

Beyond:
1.The horizon extends beyond the ocean.
2.Her achievements go beyond her academic qualifications.
3.The movie plot goes beyond the usual cliches.
4.His capabilities go beyond his disability.
5.The situation is beyond our control.

But:
1.He studies hard, but he still struggles with math.
2.She wanted to go to the party, but she had to work.
3.The cake looked delicious, but it tasted awful.
4.He is rich, but he lives modestly.
5.She is talented, but she lacks confidence.

By:
1.The painting was done by a famous artist.
2.The report was written by the intern.
3.The car was repaired by the mechanic.
4.The music was composed by Mozart.
5.The house was built by a renowned architect.

Concerning:
1.We need to talk concerning your performance at work.
2.The article was written concerning the impact of social media.
3.The meeting was held concerning the new policy.
4.The memo was sent concerning the change in the schedule.
5.The statement was made concerning the investigation.

Considering:
1.Considering his lack of experience, he did well in the job interview.
2,We are considering going on vacation this summer.
3.Considering the weather, we decided to stay indoors.
4.She got a high grade considering the difficulty of the exam.
5.We are considering different options for our future plans.

Despite:
1.Despite the rain, the team still played the game.
2.Despite her busy schedule, she still found time for her hobbies.
3.Despite the obstacles, he managed to finish the project on time.
4.Despite the criticism, she continued to pursue her dreams.
5.Despite the warning, he still took the risk.

Down:
1.He fell down the stairs and broke his leg.
2.The company’s profits went down after the recession.
3.The airplane began to descend down to the runway.
4.The sun went down behind the mountains.
5.She wrote the address down on a piece of paper.

During:
1.She ate breakfast during the meeting.
2.The museum is closed during the holidays.
3.The baby slept during the flight.
4.They had to remain quiet during the movie.
5.The noise level increased during the concert.

Except:
1.Everyone was invited except for John.
2.The store is closed on Sundays except during the holidays.
3.The recipe calls for all the ingredients except for salt.
4.The room was empty except for a chair and a table.
5.All the students passed the exam except for one.

For:
1.She bought a gift for her sister’s birthday.
2.He works for a software company.
3.The movie won an award for best screenplay.
4.They walked for miles to reach the top of the mountain.
5.The car is on sale for $10,000.

From:
1.The package came from her aunt.
2.The company’s headquarters are located in New York, but they have branches all the way from California to Florida.
3.The recipe is from a famous chef.
4.The train departs from platform 7.
5.The price of gas has gone up from $2.50 to $3.00.

In:
1.She lives in a small apartment in the city.
2.The book is set in the 19th century.
3.The event takes place in the park.
4.He is in a meeting right now

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