The Preposition ON

The Preposition ON :

ON : (preposition) = upon

Meanings :

Showing position in relation to a surface or support by a surface

Example Sentences :

1. The ball hit me on the head.
2. He jumped on the horse.
3. He jumped on to the horse.
4. We aren't on the telephone.
5. We have no telephone.
6. I am on my way to the office.
7. He went on tour.
8. They live on potatoes.
9. A car runs on petrol.
10. The pencils are on the desk.
11. He sat on the car.
12. He lives on doles.
13. Sales are up on the lasy year’s figure.
14. The police have nothing on me.

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