about: They read about the car accident in the newspaper.
above: Planes fly above the ground
across: We walked across the street to get a slice of pizza.
across from: Across the street from the park is a hospital.
after: Tom and Sue had some ice cream after dinner.
against: She was so tired that she had to lean against the wall.
along: I noticed a lot of garbage along the side of the highway.
at: He needs to be at work in the afternoon.
before: Tom and Sue bought popcorn before the movie.
behind: What’s behind the door?
below: It was 41 degrees below zero yesterday. (- 41 degrees!)
beneath: Get beneath the covers and keep warm tonight.
beside: I put the shovel beside the fence.
between: B comes between A and C.
by: You should try to be here by 10:00.
down: Let’s walk down the street and get some gyros.
for: They work for a big company.
from: Ali moved to Minnesota from Somalia.
in: Now he lives in Minnesota.
in back of: John parked his car in back of the store.
in front of: The sign in front of the store told him to park in back.
into: When we walked into the classroom, we met the teacher.
inside: Is there any food inside the refrigerator?
near: Jorge lives near the place where he works, so he walks to work.
of: There are plenty of apples for everybody to have one.
off: She got off the bus at the corner.
on: Look on the table and you’ll see the books.
onto: They walked onto the airplane and sat down.
out: A cat fell out the window, but he survived the fall.
outside: The teachers are talking together outside the classroom.
through: Running through a waterfall is refreshing.
to: Did you go to the store yet?
with: Who did you go to movies with?
or….With whom did you go to the movies?