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  • 1. Some common prepositions are: about by outside above despite over across down past after during since against except through along for throughout among from till around in to at inside toward before into under behind like underneath below near until beneath of up beside off upon between on with beyond onto within but out without.Prepositions typically come before a noun:For example: • after class • at home • before Tuesday • in London • on fire • with pleasureA preposition usually indicates the temporal, spatial or logical relationship of its object to the rest of thesentence.For example: • The book is on the table. • The book is beside the table. • She read the book during class. In each of the preceding sentences, a preposition locates the noun "book" in space or in time.