Preposition on Place

place

Preposition on place

At

I live at Banbury in Oxfordshire.
I am now at school. I was at Cambridge University.

In

I live in London. I have been living in Washington DC for several years.
The birds are flying in the sky. He is punctual in his office.
On
It is used when we refer something attached to something.
The teacher sat on a chair. The book is on the table. The paper is floating on the river. Water is flowing on land.

By

Students were by the table. We were playing by the river.

Above

It is used when something is not in contact with something. The fan is above our heads. The teacher raised his hand above the table. The birds were flying above the tree.

Over

The kingfisher was trying to catch fish after it was flying over the pond for some time.
The moon is revolving round over the world.

Under

He is under my control. The cat sits under the table. A tiger was there under a tree.

Between

There is Steve between John and Jesus.

Among

There is Paul among the students.

Behind

Skipper stands behind the batsmen.

Within

He is wandering within the house.