What is a preposition?
It is a word or a group of words that come before a noun, pronoun or noun phrase. It shows direction, time, place, location, and spatial relationships or introduces an object.
Here are some examples – It, At, On, Of, To and so on.
When referring to the direction we use to, in, onto, into.
Eg. We drove to the supermarket.
When using prepositions to refer to time we use in, at, on
Eg. He arrived at 9 a.m.
When referring to an extended time we use since, for, by, during, from, to, from-until, with, within.
Eg. She has classes from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
When referring to a place we use in, at, on, inside
Eg. Sheila was inside the house.
To refer to a location, we use in, at, on
Eg. You will find Mithun in the library
For spatial relationships we use above, across, against, ahead of and so on.
Now fill in the blanks with the right preposition.