Where should I use “Over” and “Above” – An easy tutorial

Where to use OVER and ABOVE

Although both the terms “Above” and “Over” means at a higher place, yet I am telling you a very specific difference.

“ABOVE” is used in those places which is physically higher
The plane is ___a city
It clearly means, that the plane in its physically form is there above
If you want to use “Over”, then the sentence will change.




Now, I am writing in the following manner:-
The plane flew over the city
It means, that the place few from one part of the city to another

However, in the following sentences, both can be used.

 

Also Read : Where to use “During and “While” in a sentence
Let’s check the nature of such sentences:-

    • The movie is watchable for children over/above 13 years
    • The temperature in summers touch above/over 50 degree
    • Everyone these days value time above/over money

 

One thought on “Where should I use “Over” and “Above” – An easy tutorial”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *