Preposition 2

Preposition can be used

- in fixed pharase

(insist on, need to, plead with, prefer to, suffer from)

1. She insisted on having her own way even though he pleaded with her.

- in idiomatic expressions


(at one's finger tips, from top to toe, in the same boat, play with fire, under lock and key)

1. He was covered with paint from top to toe.
2. She had the information at her fingertips.

- with relative pronouns

(about, at, for , from, in, on)

1. The tupperware in which you placed the sandwiches has been misplaced.
2. The girl from whom you borrowed the pen has been looking for you.