Prepositions of direction show us to where or in which direction something moves.
Here are some of the most common.
over - The young woman is jumping over the puddle.
above - The picture hangs above my bed.
onto - The cat jumped onto the roof.
on - The photo hangs on the wall.
toward - When I saw Jamil, he was walking toward his office.
to - We went to London last week.
into - He is walking into the house.
under - The secret tunnel ran under the Berlin Wall.
out of - The cat jumped out of the window.
from - He lives in Canada but he’s from New York.
beside - Our house is beside the supermarket.
away from - Stay away from Tom.