Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 38 At, in and on: Prepositions of place

When do we use ‘at’ when we are talking about place?
When do we ‘on’ when we are talking about place?
Is it correct to say ‘My house is on the Bagmati River’?
When do we use ‘in’ when we are talking about place?

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 38 At, in and on Prepositions of place (1)

  •  We use at to talk about a place we think of as a point rather than an area.
  • We also use at to talk about an event (as a place where there’s a group image of people).
  • We use on to talk about a position touching a flat surface.
  • We also use on to talk about a position on something as a line such as a road or river.
  • We use in to talk about a position within a large area or something within a larger space.
  • Also study how at, in and on are used in these sentences.

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