I would say:Hello amigos!
Which of them is the correct preposition in the sentences bellow?
" Tim fell over/off/down the tree."
" Tim fell over/off/down the stairs."
" Tim fell over/off/down the horse."
Thanks in advance;
You couldn't do much tumbling when you fall out of trees, so I don't think "fell down" is right. Unless of course if you were very high up and is still on the tree after falling (on a lower branch).I
Tim fell out of the tree?
Tim fell from the tree?
Tim fell down the tree?
You probably can slide down a horse when it is rearing. But that's not falling.You could say "fall down from the horse", but "fall down the horse" sounds wrong. To "fall down" something is like falling down a flight of stairs, you go some distance, falling "along" the object you're falling down. In the case of a horse, you're up there, then you're not - there's not rolling lengthily along the horse! (I can remember that from the few times I've dared ride a horse!)