English Grammar

Prepositions- Explanation and Examples (FBLD)

Ever wondered what prepositions are? Here’s your answer.

Prepositions are words that link nouns, pronouns and other words in a sentence.

Here are some videos that will help you to understand Prepositions step-by-step.

Video on- What are Prepositions?

Video on- Position of Prepositions in a Sentence

A video song on various examples of Prepositions:

Watch them as many times as you want, so that Prepositions is clear to you.

Now answer these simple questions in your English notebook:

  1. What is the relationship of nouns and pronouns with prepositions?
  2. Where are prepositions found in a sentence? (You have to tell their position in a sentence)
  3. Give a few examples of prepositions you saw in the videos.
  4. Use the following prepositions in sentences of your own: on, in, at, to
  5. Read the chapter “Nasruddin’s Aim” and underline all the prepositions and circle the unfamiliar words. (Unfamilar words will be those words which you couldn’t understand despite using your context clues.)

I am sure your teachers are going to be just as excited as I am to see your results. Come well- prepared to share, because you will be doing all the talking.

Happy learning!

32 thoughts on “Prepositions- Explanation and Examples (FBLD)”

  1. Dear ma’am ,
    These videos seem to be helping me a lot with the concepts. Thank you ma’am . I look forward to many more videos like these .


  2. Dear ma’am Tarana
    The videos are very useful for me. Also, some prepositions can be more than two words.
    Example :- in front of
    Tanay Dutta
    V B


  3. We, the people OF the United States, IN order TO form a more perfect union. establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide FOR the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty TO ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution FOR the United States OF America. (US Constitution Preamble).

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        1. That won’t be an issue. We have many foreign students in our school, so my students are used to learning about other cultures and appreciating them.🤗
          However, they are pretty young- grade 4 and 5, so I am not sure if they’ll understand all the words used in the comment. 🤗


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