Prepositions in English

Prepositions are used in front of nouns and pronouns. They generally explain the relationships between the noun or pronoun and the other words in the sentence. Example: in, after, of, for etc.

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My best friend lives _____ London.

  • Of
  • At
  • In
  • On

Answer

Answer: in


I will be ready to leave ____ about 5 minutes.

  • In
  • Within
  • By
  • Of

Answer

Answer: in


I will wait ____ 6:30 and then I will leave.

  • Till
  • Unless
  • For
  • At

Answer

Answer: till


Do not call me after 11’o clock ____ night.

  • In
  • At
  • On
  • Of

Answer

Answer: at


I am not ready ____ buy a new house yet.

  • In
  • On
  • To
  • For

Answer

Answer: to


I will see ___ home.

  • In
  • Over
  • About
  • At

Answer

Answer: at


Go _____ these stairs for the meeting.

  • By
  • Up
  • Through
  • About

Answer

Answer: up


Are you talking ___ me?

  • Over
  • For
  • Of
  • To

Answer

Answer: to


What would you like to eat ____ dinner?

  • For
  • Of
  • On
  • At

Answer

Answer: for


I prefer studying ____ a library.

  • In
  • On
  • About
  • At

Answer

Answer: in