Definition: prepositions are words that are related between nouns, pronouns and other words.
BEHIND1.Who mis the woman standing behind John?2.There is a garden behind the house.3.The new boxer is two points behind thechampion.4.I wonder what is behind his friendly attitude.
NEXT (TO)1, the bank is next to a police station.2. Who is sitting next to Bill?3. Can I sit next to the window?4. This table goes next to that window.
NEAR1.Is there any restaurant near here?2.It is terrible to live near an airport.3.The school is near the bank.4.There is a pay phone near that monument.
UNDER1.The little girl threw her doll under the table.2.I have a shirt under my sweater.3.Somebody left a frog under her bed.4.Everything was under control at that moment.
BELOW1.She has an apartment below mine.2.IT is freezing! The temperature is below Zero.3.The city is 200 meters below the sea level.4.In the room directly below this one.
IN FRONT OF IN FRONT OF1.You are not allowed to park your car in frontof the hospital.2.There is a tall man sit in front of me.3.The car was parked in front of the garage.4.The teacher stands in front of the class.
OPPOSITE (ACROSS FROM)1.My house is opposite the church.2.The view opposite our hotel was fantastic.3.I don`t want her to be sitting opposite me.4.The accused stood opposite the judge.
BETWEEN1.There is a big distance between the two cities.2.He divided his money between his wife and hisson.3.There is a fierce competition between thosecompanies.4.The drugstore is between the movie theater andthe post office.
ON1.Put the drink on the table.2.We saw a spider on the Wall.3.There is a book on the desk.4.I bought a book on economics.
OVER1.The dog jumped over the fence and ran away.2.They have built a bridge over the river.3.the plane was flying very low over the city.4.She must be over 30 years old.
ABOVE1.That city is 1.000 meters above sea level.2.We were flying above the clouds.3.The patient´s temperature was above normal.4.The plane flying above the trees.
AT (general location)AT Carlos is at the bus stop. She is standing at the door. I am at my desk.