In, On, At Prepositions of Place Quiz for English Learners

Test your knowledge of specific uses of 'in', 'on', and 'at'

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1. The label is _____ the bottle.

2. Jack is waiting _____ the bottom of the stairs.

3. Our seats are _____ the third row.

4. Turn left _____ the lights.

5. He's sitting ______ the chair next to the piano.

6. I met Jack _____ the street.

7. He has a lot of beautiful pictures _____ the wall

8. I live _____ the fifth floor of my apartment building.

9. We waited for over an hour _____ the bus-stop.

10. Who is that woman _____ the photograph?

11. You will find an explanation _____ page 18.

12. Paris is _____ the river Seine.

13. The instructions are _____ the back of the box.

14. What do you have _____ your hands?

15. Can you see who is _____ the door?

In, On, At Prepositions of Place Quiz for English Learners

You got: % Correct. You Know the Rules!

I got You Know the Rules!. In, On, At Prepositions of Place Quiz for English Learners
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 Great job! You obviously understand the rules of using 'in', 'on' and 'at'. You might want to continue learning with more advanced preposition combinations with nouns.

In, On, At Prepositions of Place Quiz for English Learners

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I got Good Effort, Review Some More. In, On, At Prepositions of Place Quiz for English Learners
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 You understand the basics of using 'in', 'on' and 'at', but need to review some of the rules to make sure you master these prepositions completely. Take time to review the materials below. 

In, On, At Prepositions of Place Quiz for English Learners

You got: % Correct. Keep Working on Your Prepositions

I got Keep Working on Your Prepositions. In, On, At Prepositions of Place Quiz for English Learners
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 Prepositions are difficult in English. We all know that! Keep working and reviewing and soon you'll master the use of 'in', 'on' and 'at' for place. You'll also need to understand how to use these prepositions with time.