A preposition is a word that is placed before a noun or noun equivalent to show its relation to some other word in the sentence.
After going through this post, you will be able to understand the same words used as Prepositions and Adverbs.
Same Words Used as Prepositions and Adverbs
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She walked around the park.
The plane flew around the world.
There are trees around the house.
He’ll be back around noon.
There were around 30 people at the party.
She danced around the room.
We walked about the city.
The cat is about the house.
Let’s talk about the weather.
He was about to leave when the phone rang.
She looked about for her keys.
The concert lasted about three hours.
The two buildings are ten feet apart.
We had to keep the rival teams apart.
The vase shattered and the pieces flew apart.
The two friends grew apart over the years.
The sun rises before 6 am.
We arrived before the concert started.
John is before Mary in line.
He left this morning and we haven’t seen him since.
She had been there before.
The book is in the drawer.
She lives in the city.
The meeting is in an hour.
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She walked in and sat down.
The dog ran in and out of the house.
The book is on the table.
The painting hangs on the wall.
The meeting is on Monday.
He put his shirt on and left the house.
I have been living in this country since 2017.
They have been working on the project since last month.
The store has been closed since yesterday.
Peter left this morning and we haven’t seen him since.
- After dinner, we went for a walk.
- The cat was hiding after the sofa.
Adverb – His father came soon after.
- He got off the train at the next stop.
- He took his hat off when he entered the room.
- He jumped off the roof.
As Adverb – The wheel came off.
- The bridge goes over the river.
- The debate over the issue lasted for hours.
- The helicopter flew over the city.
As Adverb – Take this parcel over to the post office.
- She climbed down the ladder carefully.
- The boat sailed down the river.
- He turned the volume down.
As Adverb – He came down.
- The man walked round the house.
- The horse gallop round the track.
- He wrapped the ribbon round the gift box.
As Adverb -The man turned round.
As Preposition – The thief hid behind the door.
As Adverb – He left me behind.
As Preposition – We cannot live without water.
As Adverb – The storm is raging without.
As Preposition – This road goes through the forest.
As Adverb – I have read the book through.
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