Prepositions are used in front of nouns or pronouns and show the relationship between the noun or pronoun and other words in a sentence.
Prepositions of place tell us where things are. Read this article to learn what they mean, how they are used and get the examples.
Prepositions of time tell us when something happens, and for how long. They are usually used with clock times, mealtimes, parts of the day, months, years, and other durations: I’ll see you at 8 o’clock. My brother gets up late on Sundays. Shakespeare died in 1616. Common prepositions …
Prepositions of movement or direction are used to show movement from one place to another. In this article, you’ll learn what they mean and get the examples.
Prepositions of cause and effect are used to express the cause of something and the effect it has on another thing. Click here to learn more.