How to Use Preposition of Place AT/ IN/ ON

Learn How to Use Preposition of Place AT/ IN/ ON in English with Pictures and Videos.

A preposition of place is a preposition which is used to refer to a place where something or someone is located.

Preposition of Place AT/ IN/ ON in English

WE use IN in these Cases

Countries:

  • in England

Cities:

  • in London
  • Neighborhood:
  • in Manhattan
  • in Chinatown

Enclosed space:

  • in a traffic jam
  • in Time Square
  • in a building
  • in a car
  • in a taxi
  • in a boat
  • in a helicopter
  • in a lift (elevator)
  • in the living – room
  • in the article

We use ON in these Cases

Means of transport:

  • on a bus
  • on a train
  • on a plane
  • on a ship
  • on a bicycle/ motorcycle
  • on a horse

Communications:

  • on the radio
  • on the television
  • on the phone
  • on the Internet

Surfaces:

  • on a table
  • on a wall
  • on the floor
  • on the roof
  • on the menu
  • on the page
  • on the door
  • on the shelf
  • on the second floor

Avenue:

  • on The Seventh Avenue

Street:

  • on Oxford street
  • on Columbus street

We use AT in these Cases

Addresses:

  • 734 State Street
  • 292 Oxford Street

Specific Locations/ Point:

  • at The Empire State Building
  • at the corner
  • at the bus stop
  • at the door
  • at the top of page
  • at the end of the road
  • at the entrance
  • at the crossroads
  • at the front desk
  • at a conference
  • at a party
  • at a concert
  • at someone’s house
  • at the doctor’s/ hairdresser’s
  • at the bus stop
  • at the end of road
  • at the crossroads
  • at the front
  • at the back
  • at the top
  • at the bottom
  • at the door

Preposition of Place AT/ IN/ ON | Pictures

Preposition of Place AT/ IN/ ON

Prepositions of Place AT/ IN/ ON

How to Use Preposition of Place AT – IN – ON | Video

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Thanks for giving like these informathion

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Some writers say ‘at’ should be used for villages and ‘in’ should be used for Cities. Can any one clarify? Example. I am at Kannamangalam, a village in India. I am residing in Vellore, a big city. Are they correct.

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