Prepositions

Prepositions

Prepositions

Prepositions are words that show the relationship between a noun (or pronoun) and other words in a sentence. They often indicate location, direction, time, or the relationship between different elements in a sentence.

Prepositions are essential for denoting the structural and temporal relationships within a sentence. They are often placed before a noun, pronoun or gerund.

Here are some common prepositions:

1) In: inside, within

e.g. The chalk is in the box.

2) On: on top of, above

e.g. The notebook is on the shelf.

3) Under: beneath, below

e.g. The keys are under the mat.

4) Over: above, across

e.g. The bird flew over the house.

5) Between: in the middle of two things

e.g. He stood between his two friends.

6) Beside: next to, by the side of

e.g. The house is beside the temple.

7) At: specific location or time

e.g. We’ll meet you at the park.

8) By: near, beside, through the agency or action of

e.g. The painting was done by the artist.

9) With: accompanied by, in the company of

e.g. She went to the party with her friends.

10) For: intended to belong to or be used by

e.g. This gift is for you.

11) Through: in one side and out the other side

e.g. The bus drove through the tunnel.

12) To: expressing motion in the direction of

e.g. They walked to the beach.

13) After: following in time or place

e.g. We’ll have lunch after the meeting.

14) Before: earlier than in time

e.g. Please come before the concert starts.

15) During: throughout the course or duration of

e.g. I read a book during the lunch time.


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