||higher than sth
||The picture hangs above my bed.
||from one side to the other side
||You mustn’t go across this road here.
There isn’t a bridge across the river.
||one follows the other
||The cat ran after the dog.
||directed towards sth
||The bird flew against the window.
||in a line; from one point to another
||They’re walking along the beach.
||in a group
||I like being among people.
||in a circular way
||We’re sitting around the campfire.
||at the back of
||Our house is behind the supermarket.
||lower than sth
||Death Valley is 86 metres belowsea level.
||Our house is beside the supermarket.
||Sth /sb is on each side
||Our house is between the supermarket and the school.
||He lives in the house by the river.
||Our house is close to the supermarket.
||from high to low
||He came down the hill.
||the place where it starts
||Do you come from Tokyo?
|in front of
||the part that is in the direction it faces
||Our house is in front of the supermarket.
||opposite of outside
||You shouldn’t stay inside the castle.
||You shouldn’t go into the castle.
||Our house is near the supermarket.
||Our house is next to the supermarket.
||away from sth
||The cat jumped off the roof.
||moving to a place
||The cat jumped onto the roof.
||on the other side
||Our house is opposite the supermarket.
||The cat jumped out of the window.
||opposite of inside
||Can you wait outside?
||above sth / sb
||The cat jumped over the wall.
||going near sth / sb
||Go past the post office.
||in a circle
||We’re sitting round the campfire.
||going from one point to the other point
||You shouldn’t walk through the forest.
||towards sth / sb
||I like going to Australia.
Can you come to me?
I’ve never been to Africa.
||in the direction of sth
||They walk towards the castle.
||The cat is under the table.
||from low to high
||He went up the hill.