Usage of At:
- She sat at the desk as he reclined on the bed.
- I stand at the door, a steaming cup of coffee in one hand.
- At the end of the match, our team won.
- I am recently accommodating at my grandmother’s house,
- Page labels are shown at the top of
- Crossing the street must be done at the corner.
- She’ll reach Bangkok at noon.
- I’m at the party, where are you, buddy?
- At the beginning of every class, the instructor told the children a short story.
- Both her youngsters still live at home
- Being a new child at school wasn’t surprising to me.
Usage of By:
The sense is: besides, at the side of, next to, close to
The house is by a river.
Tom lives by a bus stop.
I would like to stay in a house by the sea.
“by” method of transport:
Jerry went to Chelsea by train.
My friends often go to Italy by boat.
by” method of communication:
I spoke to him by telephone about my journey.
I will definitely send you the bill by post.
by” method of payment:
We funded the computer by cheque.
Can I pay the amount by credit card?
“by” reflexive pronoun:
I enjoy understanding myself.
Let’s do something by ourselves.
“by” ING verb:
This structure terms how to do something. It provides us with more info about how to attain a specific result.
You may turn off the TV by pressing that button.
by” time expression:
The meaning of this structure is: not later than; before or at a specific time.
Students must free their hostel rooms by 12 am sharp.
Usage of For:
- This place is for exhibitions and shows.
- I baked a cake for your birthday.
- I put a note on the door for privacy.
- I am so happy for you.
- We feel deeply sorry for your loss.
- He’s been famous for many decades.
- I attended the university for one year only.
- This is all I have for today.
- The money is to be used for the benefit of the poor
- He would like to express his gratitude for their very kind hospitality
- I need your help for the sake of humanity.
- It is easy to take your family for granted.
Usage of In:
- We sit in the room, talking about economic growth.
- I see a house in the picture.
- There are sharks in the river.
- I found the picture in the paper.
- He sits in the corner of the room.
- There is a giant tree in the center of the garden.
- She sits in the back of the bus.
- We arrive in Manchester.
- He gets in the car.
- She loves walking in the rain.
- My cousin lives in a country full of natural beauty.
- There are birds in the sky, going back to their nests.
- The boys stand in a line for enrollment.
Usage of On:
- The world map lies on the desk.
- The photo of a renowned poet hangs on the wall.
- He lives on a farm with his family.
- Dresden lies on the river Amazon.
- Women’s clothes are on the three-floor.
- He lives in Heligoland.
- The grocery shop is on the left.
- My friend is on the way to Madrid.
- When she was a little girl, people saw idealistic cowboy films on television.
- The gangsters made a getaway on foot.
- When all travelers were on board, the bus pulled out of the station.
- I will send you the material upon approval.
- She lays four eggs on average.
- He continued on good terms with them.