Let’s have another look at prepositions list and their examples:
Prepositions – Place (Position and Direction)
By-next to-beside- left or right of somebody or something: Come sit beside me.
Under- on the ground, lower than (or covered by) something else: Your bag is under the table.
Below-lower than something else but above ground: The coffee is in the last cabinet below the sugar.
Over-covered by something else: I put on a jacket over my shirt.
meaning more than: The population in this city is over one million.
getting to the other side (also across): Don’t cross over.
overcoming an obstacle: To pass the road you should pass over a bridge.
Across- getting to the other side (also over): Hey, look at me. Across the street!
getting to the other side: My shop is across the street.
Through-something with limits on top, bottom, and the sides: After going through the tunnel you’ll see the greatest view ever.
To-movement to person or building: I don't like going to her. She’s not my type.
the movement to a place or country: I am going to Japan next week.
for bed: Don’t go to bed unless you’ve brushed your teeth.
Into- enter a room / a building: Mike go into your room. You are grounded for two hours.
Towards- movement in the direction of something (but not directly to it): Walk one step towards me.
Onto- movement to the top of something: when she saw the mouse, she jumped onto the table.
From- in the sense of where from: Where are you from?
From- who gave it: It’s a gift from your friend.
Of- who/what does it belong to: This is a page of that book.
what does it show: It’s a picture of me.
By- who made it: The vase is made by her father.
On- walking or riding on horseback: I go to school on foot.
entering a public transport vehicle: Get on the bus fast.
In- entering a car or a taxi: Get in! we’re late.
Off- leaving a public transport vehicle: Get off the train at the next stop.
Out of- leaving a car / Taxi: When you got to the fifth avenue, get off the taxi.
By-rise or fall of something: The prices have risen by 10 percent this year
traveling (other than walking or horse-riding): She goes to school by bus.
At-for age: He learned English at 35.
About- for topics meaning what about: The first chapter is about the very specific things.
Hope these prepositions come handy to use when needed.