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English Prepositions

Off & Out

Off means to remove something or someone from the surface.

Tip: If you can say something or someone is “on” something or someone, then you can use “off”.

  • Get off of me.
  • Get off the bus.
  • Get off my back.

Out is used when something or someone is inside, and it goes outside.

Tip: If you can say something or someone is “in” something, then you can use “out”.

  • We have to go out to the store.
  • They want to go out of the house.
  • I can't wait to get out of the office for a while.

Across & Along

Next & Over There

Next & Over There Quiz

Behind & Along

What are prepositions?

Using Prepositions

Prepositions of Position

Prepositions of Time

In At On - Time Prepositions

In At On - Place Prepositions

Place Prepositions Quiz

Time Prepositions Quiz

During - While - For

During - While - For - Quiz

Up - Over - Above

Up & Over Quiz

Up - Over - Above - Quiz