List of 52 Prepositions and Example Sentences
Ahead of: We are ahead of our work schedule.
Along: Are you going along?
Amidst: I think my sister was luck woman. My sister was born and reared amidst plenty.
Among: I want to live in a home among trees.
Amongst: She is a girl amongst women.
Apart: Apart from the football, he plays basketball and tennis.
Around: He left around 6:40.
As: As it’s raining again, we’ll not play tennis.
As far as: As far as I’m concerned, we’re bad situation.
As well as: My son plays the piano as well as he plays basketball.
Aside: My family has a little money put aside.
At: She was at home.
Away: Put your laptop away.
Because of: She was late because of missing the train.
Before: C goes before D in Alphabet.
Behind: The shaker is behind the glass.
Below: It is 20 degrees below zero.
Beneath: Alex is sitting beneath the pine tree.
Beside: My brother sat down beside me.
Besides: Besides, it’s still early for me.
Between: My home is between library and bank.
Beyond: Barcelona football club’s success is beyond question.
But: We are very hungry, but the fridge is empty.
By: I always goes to work by train.
By means of: I wake up seven o’clock by means of an alarm clock.
Despite: I love my wife despite her faults.
Down: Calm down my friend!
Due to: Her success was due to her family.
During: I met the intern during lunch.
Except: Nobody came the party except George and Alex.
For: Is the coffee too hot for you?
From: Where are you from?
Hence: We travel hence tomorrow to France.
In: I live in London.
In accordance with: In accordance with the doctor, she is very sick.
In addition to: In addition to his car, he has a jeep.
Instead of: My sister should study her lessons instead of watching TV.
Into: Go into the her room and take wallet.
Like: She is very clever like me.
Near: I live near the sea.
Next: The two teams play voleyball the next day.
Next to: My wallet is next to pen.
Notwithstanding: Notwithstanding the bad weather, they went for a walk.
Of: This is a car of my family.
Off: I gotta take off.
On: My notebook is on the table.
On account of: For some critics we might be uncool on account of our popularity.
On behalf of: She spoke on behalf of the good plan.
Onto: The cat jumped onto the roof.