Prepositions Beginning with ‘I’ List
From this article, you will learn 25 prepositions that begin with the vowel ‘i’ with examples. I have also given the definitions of some of the prepositions.
- Expressing the situation of something that is or appears to be enclosed or surrounded by something else
- They dressed in their Sunday best.
- Expressing a period of time during which an event takes place or a situation remains the case
- They met in 1997.
- Expressing the length of time before a future event is expected to take place
- I will see you in 20 minutes.
- (often followed by a noun without a determiner) expressing a state or condition
- To be in love.
- Expressing inclusion or involvement
- I read it in a book.
- Indicating someone’s occupation or profession
- He works in publishing.
- Indicating the language or medium used
- Say it in English.
- As an integral part of an activity.
- In planning public expenditure it is better to be prudent.
Definition: Containing as part of the whole being considered
- There were six of us including the dog.
- He knows three languages including English.
- Including the delivery charge, the price of the dress was $10.
- I have five red dress including this one.
- Situated with the boundaries of
- A radio was playing inside the apartment.
- It was so dark inside the tunnel.
- In less than (the period of time specified)
- The oven will have paid for itself inside 18 month.
- Expressing movement or action with the result that someone or something becomes enclosed or surrounded by something else
- Cover the bowl and put it into the freeze.
- Expressing movement or action with the result that someone or something makes physical contact with something else
- He crashed into a parked car.
- Indicating a route by which someone or something may arrive at a particular destination
- This narrow road led down into the village.
- Indicating the direction toward which someone or something is turned when confronting something else
- The wind is blowing into your face.
- Indicating an object of attention or interest
- I have a clear insight into what is involved.
- Expressing a change of state
- It was a peaceful protest which turned into a violent conformation.
- Expressing the result of an action
- They forced the club into a humiliating and expensive special general meeting.
- Expressing division
- Three into twelve equals four.
- (of a person) taking a lively and active interest in (something)
- He is into surfing.
In addition to
- In addition to me, there were three more boys who got the highest mark.
- I have three sunglasses in addition to this one. So, you can take it.
In aid of
- please raise your hand in aid of the needy
In advance of
- Eishing you a merry Christmas In advance of the date.
In behalf of
- I am writing to you in behalf of the residents of my locality.
In back of
- It’s quite common of neighbours to say something in back of you.
- I will not come in between two of you.
- Please choose any in between these two.
In case of
- You can contact with me in case of further details.
- I don’t go to school only in case of illness.
In face of
- She remain cool in face of adverse situation.
- He don’t lose his bravery in face of danger.
In favour of
- The weather is not in favour of our journey.
- Are you in favour of my decision?
In front of
- There are a lovely garden in front of my house.
- Please don’t cry in front of me.
In lieu of
- Cay I pay in dollar please? Actually I don’t have euro.
In place of
- I will not able to see anyone else in place of you.
In respect of
- You will get scholarship in respect of your result.
In spite of
- In spite of being exhausted with hot sun, they continued working.
- In spite of rainfall, we to play.
- Instead of playing games in mobile phone, read books.
- I like to take coffee instead of tea.
In terms of
- The price of the dress is quite high in terms of its quality.
In the event of
- His result is so poor in the examination in the event of not studying regularly.
In the eyes of
- In the eyes of me, you are nothing but a betrayer.
In the way of
- Please don’t come in the way of my life.
In view of
- In view of my illness, I could not join office yesterday.
In virtue of
- In virtue of your caring, he is recovering slowly.
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