A preposition can show us the position of something. It can also express time. Sometimes a preposition follows a verb, sometimes it follows an adjective.
Here are some examples of different types of prepositions:
- Prepositions of place on, under, next to, among, . . .
- Prepositions of direction to, from, in, into, through, . . .
- Prepositions of time in, on, during, for, over, by, until, . . .
- Prepositions: in, on, at
- Prepositional verbs agree to, apologise for, . . .
- Prepositions after adjectives (1) afraid of, angry about, . . .
- Prepositions after adjectives (2) aware of, depend on, . . .