1. The cow jumped over the moon.
("over" is similar to "above" but it’s used with words that express movement like "go," "run," "fly," "throw," etc.)
|2. A rainbow appeared over the horizon when the sun came out. |
3. The firefighter ran over to the burning house to save the people inside.
("run over" = go to. In this example, the word "over" is part of the verb and not a preposition, but I included here because you find "over" used with many idioms.
4. I love the sound of water running over rocks in a stream.
| 5. She put sunblock all over her boyfriend’s back. |
6. The smoke over the house indicates that someone is inside.
| 7. Their dream is to sail all over the world. |
8. Have you ever cooked over a campfire?