Written by Miranda González
If you’re an English learner, I think you’ll agree that prepositions are one of the trickiest parts of the language. But with a little explanation and a lot of practice, you’ll see that they are really not so scary after all.
Today we’ll discuss the different uses of the prepositions “over” and “under”.
Prepositions of location
Over = at a location higher than something else
Example: The picture frame is hanging over the fireplace.
Under = at lower place than something else
Example: We sat under a tree to eat our lunch.
Prepositions of movement
Over = upwards and across
Example: The dog jumped over the fence.
Under = forwards and below
Example: The baby crawled under the table.
More than (over) / less than (under)
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