Prepositions rules, examples
Prepositions are used in front of nouns or pronouns. They show the relationship between the noun or pronoun. Prepositions never change their form.
Prepositions are words like...
about, across, after, against, among, around, at, before, behind, beside, between, but, down, during, for, from, in, inside, into, like, near, of, on, out, outside, over, past, since, through, to, under, until, up, upon, with, within, without.
The Mouse is under the table.
The tree is in the garden.
- Prepositions describe the time, something happens.
- Prepositions describe the way in which something is done.
- Prepositions describe the position of something.
She arrives at 10 o'clock.
John is from London.
He goes into the kitchen.
at 9 o'clock, at midnight, at 8.30
on Tuesdays, on New Year's Day ...
in January, in winter, in spring...
from dusk till dawn, she works from Monday to Thursday,
From 2018 until 2020, from Monday until Friday...
since sunday, since 2018, since we arrived in London...
for two days, for a weekend, for 20 days...
before the test, before you leave, before we started...
during the test, during the speech...
while we were playing, while he was working...
in a house, in a my car, in a shop...
at the traffic lights, at home, at the end...
on the table, on a plate, on the car...
under the book, under the table...
in front of
He is waiting in front of the office.
The girl by the door.
01 Prepositions Grammar
02 prepositions at, behind, in, on,under
03 prepositions - exercise at, behind, in, on, under
04 prepositions exercise
05 English prepositions from, in, into, on
06 prepositions Test
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