The main difference between above and over is that above as a preposition indicates the height, while it means the movement on the upper level.
Up vs. Up
Point out above the things that do not have contact with each other. Change comes when one thing follows another. Over pointing out the position when one thing is on top of the other, then the first thing directly perpendicular to it. To talk about temperature, we use the above. We use over in a position of covering something. We use above to point to one thing that is not directly above another. Over is also used in the meaning of falling from a place, during something or something happening. The above points to one thing being higher than the other. The word on also indicates the growing periods.
|Above helps point to things that are on a higher level.||We use more at the peak of the above.|
|adverb, preposition, adjective||adverb, preposition, adjective, prefix|
|Site||location and signal|
|You can use it with numbers.||You can’t use it with numbers.|
What is up?
Above point to the place of a thing, when the thing above is not in a direct vertical line with the thing below. We use above when we talk about something up to a certain point, more important, and before something else. Top also means further up a page, or on the previous page, or very important to do something.
- Aslam rents his house above a store.
- He looked at the clouds above.
- We feel happy to see such stars and moon above.
- When we see the building from above, it looked so elegant.
- You can send this letter to the address listed above.
- This ad is shown for people over 40 years old.
- Today it is very hot, since the temperature exceeds 45 degrees.
- The water rose over his body.
- As the plane passed above the clouds, Aslam began to scream.
- He won the 500 meter race above sea level.
- Akram is a tall, beautiful and, above all, generous person.
- You can complain about this to the officer above.
More means something in a higher position than others. We also use the word over to indicate the reason for attention and conversation. Over is also used to talk about control or to cover something. Give the meanings of increasing to a specific limit or point. Change also occurs when someone feels better after illness or worry. Over is used with the meaning of manipulating or teaching someone something. We also often use it to discuss a calculation in which one number is divided by another number. Over is also used as a prefix. Over is used to talk about the completion of something. On pointing out the measure of a thing in a place advanced from one side to another. Over is also used to talk about movement across a surface. Over helps to understand the increasing periods.
- A shirt hangs on the hook.
- For four centuries, there are minor modifications to this pattern.
- What are you doing during these winter holidays?
- He climbed the tree.
- We should value education over wealth.
- Aliya leaned over to see what Iqra was doing.
- He left to make room for us.
- Would you come here for a day?
- The book you gave me.
- It has been working for more than two hours.
- More than 100 children participated in this function.
- I could barely hear the teacher’s voice over the noise of the class.
- He jumped over obstacles.
- The mother leaned over the child and kissed him.
- He fell on the corpse of his grandfather.
- She covered her with a blanket.
- Receive more than seventy messages in a day.
- He worked in this company for more than twelve years.
- The mother put a handkerchief around her little girl’s neck.
- A Sindhi woman walked gracefully with a jar on her head.
- The principal came to check the school.
- A ship crossed the sea and reached the island.
- They went down the path to see the body.
- A small sparrow was flying over the pond.
- She put a scarf over her head to protect herself from the sunny day.
- Up points to something up, while up points to something higher than up.
- Arriba cannot function as a prefix in sentences; on the other hand, over can also be used as a prefix.
- Above indicates the place, conversely, it indicates the location and the suggestion.
- Up can be used with a number; on the other hand, over cannot be used with numbers.
Above and above both as a preposition means “in or to a place greater than someone or something.” When we learn deeply, we come to know that the former is less common than the former.