Do you know all English Prepositions?
There will be no one who dares to say <<YES>>.

Here is a list of most English prepositions:

  • aboard
  • about
  • above
  • absent
  • according to
  • across
  • after (This one can also be a subordinating conjunction . In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning).
  • against
  • ahead of
  • all over
  • along
  • alongside
  • amid or amidst
  • among
  • around
  • as (This one can also be asubordinatingconjunction. In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning).


  • as of
  • as to
  • as + ADVERB OF TIME + as
  • as early as
  • as late as
  • as often as
  • as much as
  • as many as, etc.
  • aside
  • astride
  • at
  • away from
  • bar
  • barring
  • because of
  • before (This one can also be asubordinatingconjunction. In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning).
  • behind
  • below
  • beneath
  • beside
  • besides
  • between
  • beyond
  • but
  • by
  • by the time of
  • circa
  • close by
  • close to
  • concerning
  • considering
  • despite
  • down
  • due to
  • during
  • except
  • except for
  • excepting
  • excluding
  • failing
  • for (This one can also be asubordinatingconjunction. In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning).
  • for all (this means despite)
  • from
  • given
  • in
  • in between
  • in front of
  • in keeping with
  • in place of
  • in spite of
  • in view of
  • including
  • inside
  • instead of
  • into
  • less
  • like
  • minus
  • near
  • near to
  • next to
  • notwithstanding
  • of
  • off
  • on
  • on top of
  • onto
  • opposite
  • other than
  • out
  • out of
  • outside
  • over
  • past
  • pending
  • per
  • plus
  • regarding
  • respecting
  • round
  • save
  • saving
  • similar to
  • since (This one can also be asubordinatingconjunction. In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning).
  • than
  • thanks to (this means because of)
  • through
  • throughout
  • till
  • to
  • toward or towards (both forms are correct, but toward is considered slightly more formal)
    under
  • underneath
  • unlike
  • until (This one can also be asubordinatingconjunction. In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning).
  • unto
  • up
  • upon
  • up to
  • versus
  • via
  • wanting
  • with
  • within
  • without

If you know some other prepositions, please let me know. That would be highly appreciated.

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