Here are more sentences to illustrate the use of commonly used prepositions.
You will find the keys inside the blue Toyota. |
He left the gifts inside the larger of the two suitcases.
He walked across the school ground to meet his daughter.|
She shuffled across the room to her favorite chair.
He attends band practice after school.|
She returned home after lunch.
She leaned against him as they drove off down the highway. |
They stacked the folded chairs against the south wall.
He strolled along the north side of the street in the bright sunshine.|
They drove along the main street for at least a mile before they discovered a gas station.
He was there ten minutes before the store opened.|
The plane from Madrid arrived before the flight from Frankfurt.
Far beyond the tree line snow could be seen.|
The private jets are parked beyond that high gray hangar.
By the time he had finished, she had left.|
You will find the shoe store down the street by the Town Hall.
It was a long story concerning a drowning boy.|
I received a note from your teacher concerning your homework.
It was during his summer vacation that he met her.|
No socializing is permitted during actual broadcasts.
He glanced through the papers and left them for another day.|
She drove through the tunnel without turning her headlights on.
For reasons not well understood, he changed his mind.|
They decided to stop at the restaurant for lunch.
They swam out to the first buoy.|
The motor launch backed out of its berth slowly.
She remained there until the library closed for the day.|
Have a rest until you regain your breath.
They struggled up the north side of the mountain for several hours.|
He climbed up the ladder toward the open window.
Upon hearing the news, he grabbed his papers and left.|
Report to your commanding officer upon your return.
Within her heart, she knew differently.|
He was contacted within the following week.
The motorcyclist sped past them.|
She walked past several boutiques on her way to the bank.
How to Use Prepositions (1)