From the use of prepositions given below, it will be known that different prepositions are used with the same word according to the context of the sentence. Prepositions cannot be used correctly by rote, students must practice for this. Prepositions should be used according to the meaning of the sentence.For this reason, we are providing you some importnat prepositions with the words starting with 'A.'
Prepositions के नीचे दिए गए प्रयोग से ज्ञात होगा कि वाक्य के सन्दर्भ के अनुसार एक ही Word के साथ अलग-अलग Prepositions का प्रयोग किया जाता है। Prepositions का सही प्रयोग रट कर नहीं किया जा सकता है, Students को इसके लिए Practice करते रहना चाहिए । Sentences के Meaning के अनुसार Prepositions का प्रयोग करना चाहिए।
Abide at (place)
I will abide at the railway station till the train arrives.
Abide in (house)
They have been abiding in my house for the last two months.
Abide by (decision)
He will abide by my decision positively.
Abide with (person)
I will abide with my friend Nazir in all circumstances.
Angry at (thing)
I think she is angry at your way of approaching her family.
Angry with (person)
Why are you angry with me?
Angry for (action)
He is angry for your laughing at her wife.
Arrive at (place)
The metro is going to arrive at the station within five minutes.
Arrive in (country)
They are scheduled to arrive in Delhi next Friday.
Alight on (ground, thing)
A large number of pigeons alight on the roof of my house.
Alight at (a place)
The groom alighted from the elephant at her gate.
Appeal to (person)
The students earnestly appealed to the dean to consider the matter again.
Appeal against (decision)
I think they will appeal against the decision of the lower court.
Amuse at (thing)
I am greatly amused at the indifferent attitude of my father.
Amuse with (action)
The girls amused themselves with passing comments at the boys.