Prepositions show us a noun's relationship to another word in the sentence. Prepositions usually come before nouns.
Many prepositions are confusing because it is hard to define what they mean on their own and many have similar meanings. Although prepositions are simple for native-speakers to learn, they are usually difficult for English learners.
Prepositions are often used to give us more information about time, place and movement.
I always wake up at 7 o'clock. Let's meet on Saturday She goes to the gym in the evening I have lived here since I was 15. You will have to wait for 10 minutes
Your shoes are under the table We hung the painting on the all The bike is in the garden She is waiting at the bus stop
I am going to the cinema after work Are you going to bed? We can drive through the tunnel