Prepositions at, to and in | Class 7 grammar worksheets

The prepositions at and in are used for position; to is used for movement or direction.

Complete the following sentences using at, in or to.

1. Shyam works ………………….. the market.

2. My sister lives …………………… Japan.

3. I am going ………………………. the library.

4. I first met him ……………………….. a party.

5. Last month I went ……………………. Japan to see my sister and her family.

6. Why are you staring …………………… me?

7. The wise can laugh ……………………….. themselves.

8. You can’t shout ……………………… me.

9. Please don’t throw stones ……………………… the cat.

10. Please don’t throw food ………………….. the dogs.

11. When did you arrive …………………… Berlin?

Answers

1. Shyam works at the market.

2. My sister lives in Japan.

3. I am going to the library.

4. I first met him at a party.

5. Last month I went to Japan to see my sister and her family.

6. Why are you staring at me?

7. The wise can laugh at themselves.

8. You can’t shout at me.

9. Please don’t throw stones at the cat.

10. Please don’t throw food to the dogs.

11. When did you arrive in Berlin?

Notes

When you shout at somebody, you are attacking them verbally. When you shout to somebody, you are merely saying something at the top of your voice. In the same way, when you throw something at somebody, you are attacking them. But when you throw something to somebody, there is no idea of attack.

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