|Come here!||Come towards me.|
|The table is in here.||Come with me; we will go see it together.|
|Put it there.||Put it in a place away from me.|
|The table is in there.||Go in; you can see it by yourself.|
Used as an adverb of place,
modifying a verb
Used as a preposition
The marble rolled around in my hand.
I am wearing a necklace around my neck.
Hurry! You are getting behind.
Let's hide behind the shed.
Mary fell down.
John made his way carefully down the cliff.
We decided to drop in on Jake.
I dropped the letter in the mailbox.
Let's get off at the next stop.
The wind blew the flowers off the tree.
We rode on for several more hours.
Please put the books on the table.
He turned over and went back to sleep.
I think I will hang the picture over my bed.