Learn the meaning of the prepositions IN, AT and ON and practice some of their uses! Read and listen to natural preposition sentences that we use to describe what’s around us and where things are.
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In means inside
in a room
in a store
in a city
in a lake
in the sea
Doug loves to scuba dive in the ocean.
I live in Japan where do you live?
At equals beside or close to
at the door
at the intersection
at the bus stop
Jim is waiting at the front desk.
Turn right at the traffic lights.
On means surface or contact
on the floor
on the desk
on his nose
on a page
I will hang this map on the wall.
Sometimes it’s helpful to think of on meaning on top of.
This has the same feeling.
There is a glass of wine on the table.
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