Prepositions in Spanish

Prepositions are used to indicate a relationship between two words, linking them together. These words usually show location, direction, or time. As preposition suggests, these words precede the word or words it links. There are simple prepositions, which consist of only one word, and compound prepositions, which consist of multiple words.
Simple prepositions

A to, at Desde from, since Detrás de behind
Ante before, in the presence of En in,on, at Según according to
Bajo under Entre between, among Sin without
Con With Hacia until, toward Sobre about, on, upon, above, over, around
Contra against Hasta until, toward Tras after, behind
De of, from Por for, by Para for, in order to

To learn more about prepositions, watch the following videos:

How Prepositions Work in Spanish

Por VS Para

Prepositions with Verbs

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