Fill in the blank with the correct preposition:
A. On B. By C. At D. In
A. In B. By C. On D. With
A. On B. Under C. In D. Through
A. In B. Into C. Through D. From
A. To B. On C. Through D. In
A. Into B. In C. On D. Onto
A. By B. On C. Over D. Under
A. Inside B. Into C. By D. In
A. With B. To C. By D. In
A. By B. For C. At D. In
Explanation: ‘At’ is used to show position.
Explanation: ‘By’ is used to show the mode of transport like ‘plane.’
Explanation: ‘Under’ is used to show the place that is below something.
Explanation: ‘In’ is always used to show a position of ‘inside.’
Explanation: ‘In’ is always used when talking about the duration of a month.
Explanation: ‘Onto’ shows motion: from down to up.
Explanation: ‘Over’ is always used when the action of ‘going from one side to the other from top without touching’ is meant.
Explanation: ‘Basking’ is always followed by the preposition ‘in.’
Explanation: ‘Relevant’ is always followed by the preposition ‘to.’
Explanation: ‘To marvel’ is always followed by the preposition ‘at.’