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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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: