Exercise 2: prepositions of place and direction

(Practise ‘in, on, at’, the prepositions of place and direction)

Prepositions of place (in, at, on) – drop-down (difficulty: 2 of 5 – rather easy)

Choose the correct preposition (place or direction) ‘in, at,’ or ‘on’ for the sentences. If you still require help with the topic, reread the use of English prepositions of place and direction.

  • Example: “My eldest brother lives in a very small town in England.”

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  1. The children are making a snowman the garden.
  2. Helen can’t help you at the moment. She’s doing yoga the gym.
  3. Look the fireworks display! Isn’t it amazing?
  4. They were sitting the couch watching TV.
  5. Manuel is his room. He is doing his homework.
  6. Oliver has been working Munich for three years.
  7. Gary, have you seen my smartphone? – Yes, I think it’s the kitchen table.
  8. When I tried to phone my aunt two days ago, she was work.
  9. The leaves that fall the ground in autumn mean a lot of work.
  10. The travellers stopped a motel on their way to Las Vegas.

Exercises and explanations related to the ‘Prepositions of place and direction’

The following exercises and explanations relate to the English grammar topic ‘Prepositions of place and direction in English’ and also train your skills: