Preposition is a word which generally precedes a noun or pronoun and expresses a relation between the noun or pronoun and other words or elements in the sentence.
For Example – (a) There is a cat on the table
(b) All the boys are in the room.
Note: Sometimes, Prepositions are placed at the end of a sentence and not before a noun/pronoun. Prepositions Practice Quiz facilitates the learning of the readers in the usage of Prepositions in English Language.
There are four types of Prepositions:
(1). Prepositions of Time: in, on, since, for, at, from, between, during, after, within, till, until, from etc.
(2). Prepositions of position/place: between, among, amongst, amid, amidst, in, at on, beside, besides, etc.
(3). Prepositions of Directions: along, across, against, up, down, to, towards, for, from, at, on etc.
(4). Other Prepositions: with, without, by, off, of, around, about, besides, except, etc.