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with are the most prevalent prepositions. About, above, across, after, against, along, among, around, because of, before, behind, below, beneath, beside, between, close to, down, during, except, inside, instead of, into, like, near, off, on top of, onto, out of, outside, over, past, since, through, toward, under, until, up, upon, within, without.
Prepositions Come in a Variety of Forms
Direction, time, location, and geographical linkages, as well as other abstract sorts of relationships, are all indicated by prepositions.
Directions: Our destination can be found to the left.
Time: Since this morning, we've been working.
Location: We went to the theater to see a movie.
Example: Tonight, we'll be cooking for ten people.
Space: The dog hid beneath the table.
Example: Dan shared a meal with his boss.
Prepositions are known as the "largest small words" in English because, despite their modest length, they are crucial to the meaning of the phrase. A misplaced preposition can make all the difference between a well-written phrase and a tangle of words. Prepositions, on the other hand, provide the glue between elements of a sentence, allowing you to present your scientific findings more precisely and professionally when employed correctly.
Prepositions connect nouns, pronouns, or phrases (known as the preposition's object) to other words in a sentence. They show how their item is related to another word or component of the sentence in terms of time, space, or logic.
1. The airplane flew over our house.
2. She sat on the chair.
3. The cups are kept above the plates.
4. The book belongs to Muskan.
5. They were sitting by the pool.
6. The dog jumped off the counter.
7. There is some curd in the fridge.
8. The napkin is placed beside the plate.
9. His house is across the street.
10. My book is next to the laptop.
11. The gas station is by the medical store.
12. I always go to work by bus.
13. Is the tea too hot for you?
14. The cat is hiding underneath the chair.
15. They have a discussion about cricket.
Preposition - An Explanation of Examples
1. Seema went to the mal
“To” is a preposition which shows direction.
0. What is the time on your watch?
“By” is a preposition which shows manners.
0. They arrived at the airport.
“At” is a preposition which shows time.
0. The bag is under the table.
“Under” is a preposition which shows place.
Kinds of Preposition
Single Prepositions
Prepositions which contain only one word are known as Single Prepositions. For eg- on, at, in, to for, of, from, up, etc.
He was in the hotel for the party.
She bought a gift for her son.
The postmen left the parcel at the door.
Double Prepositions
When there is more than one word of prepositions present, it is known as Double preposition. For eg- Upto, within, etc.
Compound Preposition: Compound prepositions consist of two or more words.
For Example:
Participle Preposition: Participle preposition consists of words that end in “ing”. These are verbs which act as a preposition.
For Example:
1. She talked regarding the social structure.
2. Considering the fact that it is cloudy, it might rain tonight.
3. Everyone attended the royal wedding, including the celebrities.
Preposition on the Basis of Functionality
Various types of prepositions on the basis of the functionality are:
Preposition of Time
This kind of preposition indicates when it indicates the time factor in the sentence. Pointing out an action which happened, happens or will happen in the future.
1. Mahatma Gandhi was born on 2nd of October.
2. I will reach there after sunset.
3. Hope we can reach there before sunrise.
Certain Rules to Follow
	Use in for
	Years, months, centuries, time of a day and seasons.
	Use on for
	Days, dates and specific holidays.
	Use at for
	Time exceptions and festivals.
Preposition of Place
These kinds of prepositions are used to indicate a place or position. The most interesting thing is that the prepositions used in this are also in, at, on, which were used for time prepositions as well. But, there is nothing very you can easily understand about how to place them.
1. Book is on the table.
2. The bag is in the cupboard.
3. We like books at the bookstore.
	When we use a preposition for a surface.
	When we use to refer something inside
	When we refer to a specific point
There are other prepositions of place as well like, Outside, inside, under, over, near.
Preposition of Movement
This preposition indicates the direction in which someone or something is moving. The most common preposition used is to.
1. We are going to the railway station.
2. David went to the beach every day for a morning walk.
3. He jumped into the swimming pool.
Some other examples are- Across, through, into, over, down, up, past, around.
Prepositions of Manner
These prepositions describe the way anything happens or any means by which it happens.  Few such prepositions are by, like, in with and on.
1. Children go to school by bus.
2. We went to a movie in a taxi.
3. He played football like champions.
Prepositions of Measure
These kinds of prepositions show the quantity of something with someone or something.
Two main prepositions are by and of.
1. The Shopkeeper sells the cloth by metres.
2. Richard bought four kilos of tomatoes for soup.
Preposition of Source
Preposition of source demonstrates the source of something or someone.
1. She was paid a scholarship by her college for all her semesters.
2. All the love the child received was straight from his mother’s heart.
Preposition of Possession
This preposition shows that something or someone belongs to something or someone. Such as of, with and to.
Some Examples
1. I saw her with a black dress.
2. This burger joint is of a well known political leader.
These are the kinds of prepositions and practising more exercises will make you the master of Prepositions.
Definition: An adjective is a part of speech used in a sentence to define the qualities of a noun or an adjective. In a nutshell, you can depict an adjective as a describing word. There are different kinds of adjectives you will find in English grammar. These adjectives can define a person, place, animal, thing, event, action, etc. Now that you have understood what is the definition of an adjective, let us study the different kinds of adjectives used in English grammar.
Kinds of Adjectives
Descriptive Adjectives
This kind of adjective is used to define the features and quality of a noun. If you ask questions- ‘of what kind’, ‘of what nature’, etc, you will get the adjective as the answer.
The fluffy dog rolled on the green grass.
Kolkata is a big city.
‘Fluffy’ and ‘big’ are used as adjectives to define the dog and Kolkata respectively.
Quantitative Adjectives
Quantitative adjectives are used to define an amount or quantity of a noun. These adjectives can either define a particular amount or an estimation. For example- some, many, much, few, etc.
Let us find out what is meant by the adjective used in this case.
Definitive Adjectives
As you can figure out from the name, these adjectives indicate a particular number of amount of a noun. 
For example:
1. I have two apples in my bag.
2. She has three pens.
In-Definitive Adjectives
These adjectives fall in the quantitative section but are unable to define a proper amount or quantity of a noun. For example, few, much, many, some, etc.
Some of my friends were absent today.
A few of us fell sick on the way.
Distributive Adjectives
These adjectives are used to define a specific number among a group. For example-
They have two apples each in their bags.
Neither of you was able to answer.
Possessive Adjectives
These adjectives are used to declare possession or expressing ownership of a particular noun in a sentence.
My dog is very energetic.
His way of describing a fact is fun.
You can easily understand that these adjectives are the answer to the question of ‘Whose?’. The other examples of this kind are ours, mine, theirs, his, her, our,