• Preposition

    Shows how a noun or pronoun is related to another word in a sentence (can also be used as adverbs)

    Prepositions are social and should never end a sentence/need other words following

    o   I fell down (prep) the stairs. 

    o   I fell down (adv).

    Cartoon of a rabbit going over a log, under a log, around the log, through the log, etc

     

    The prepositions of, to and in are among the ten most frequent words in English. Here is a short list of 70 of the more common one-word prepositions. Many of these prepositions have more than one meaning. Please refer to a dictionary for precise meaning and usage.

    • aboard
    • about
    • above
    • across
    • after
    • against
    • along
    • amid
    • among
    • anti
    • around
    • as
    • at
    • before
    • behind
    • below
    • beneath
    • beside
    • besides
    • between
    • beyond
    • but
    • by
    • concerning
    • considering
    • despite
    • down
    • during
    • except
    • excepting
    • excluding
    • following
    • for
    • from
    • in
    • inside
    • into
    • like
    • minus
    • near
    • of
    • off
    • on
    • onto
    • opposite
    • outside
    • over
    • past
    • per
    • plus
    • regarding
    • round
    • save
    • since
    • than
    • through
    • to
    • toward
    • towards
    • under
    • underneath
    • unlike
    • until
    • up
    • upon
    • versus
    • via
    • with
    • within
    • without