A preposition of place is used to point out where an item or a person is located. There are only three prepositions of place, and it should be like a cakewalk. But there’s a catch!
There are no rules when at, in, or on are used. New learners need to practice and remember some common phases with the prepositions. Prepositions of place give you the skill to tell others where something or someone is located.
Examples Prepositions of place
Nick waited for Joe at the corner
Maria is waiting for you at the bus stop.
I want to grow roses in my garden.
Do you live in Greece?
I have a meeting in California.
Im sick and I need to stay in bed.
There are birds in the sky.
The thief is in prison now.
The phone is on the table.
My house is on the left.
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