definition and examples of preposition ‘in’

Let’s begin with ‘in’. ‘In’ means to be surrounded/enclosed by something else. For example, if you are traveling by car, you are inside/enclosed by the outer shell of the vehicle.

My examples should help you understand. Try and learn them if you can as ‘in’ and ‘on’ are frequently confused prepositions.

preposition in example - in a book/newspaper/letter/magazine/photo in a book
preposition in example -
preposition in example - in a car/taxi/helicopter
preposition in example - in a corner (if you are inside a room)
preposition in example - in a country/county/town/city
preposition in example - in a rush/hurry
preposition in example - in hospital/jail (implies you are sick or in trouble)
preposition in example -
preposition in example - in a line/row/queue
preposition in example - in the middle
preposition in example - in a month/season/year/week
preposition in example - in a good/bad/silly etc. mood
preposition in example - in the morning/afternoon/evening
preposition in example - in the sky/world
preposition in example - in time (within time)
preposition in example - in water e.g. pool/sea/river (if submerged)
preposition in example - in bed (under the covers)