Prepositions of place are the ones which are used to refer to a place where something or someone is located.
My mother is in the corridor.
The puppy is on the bed.
The toys aren’t under the couch.
She is growing tomatoes in her garden.
What’s on the menu this morning?
We use prepositions of place to say where the things are.
Where’s the dog? It is hiding behind the table.
I don’t like sitting next to my uncle in the bus.
Have you got any grapes? Yes, they’re in the refrigerator between the apples and the bananas.
Where did Rahul wait for Ranjeet? Rahul waited for Ranjeet at the corner.
If you are in something, you are inside it. If you are in front of something, you are outside it.
Sushma is in her house. I cannot see her.
Tarun is in front of his house. I can see him!
We say… We don’t say…
The radio is on the table. (NOT The radio is in the table.)
My house is between a café and a park. (NOT My house is between a park.)