Prepositions of Place
Use 'in' in a spatial sense:
She's sleeping in the projection booth.
The headquarters for the business-friendly international NGO was built in Las Vegas.
Use 'into' when you move from one space into another space.
Despite the limited seating capacity Steve Martin strolled into the hall.
Tom Snyder walked into the Public Affairs television program's studio.
Use 'on' with one object is 'on' another object such as various surfaces:
We spray painted the name of our favorite charity on the billboard advertisement.
Your charitable deduction will be etched on a plaque and presented to the taxman.
Use 'onto' to indicate movement when taking something from some place and putting it onto an object such as a table, countertop, etc.
Freud took the folder containing Rat Man's case study from the filing cabinet and put it onto the desk.
We worked to get our public relations campaigns onto the air as news.
Use 'near' when an object is close to another object
In 1968 the citizens of the world came near to seizing power.
Our quasi-autonomous non-governmental organization is near the Pentagon.
In Front Of
Use 'in front of' when an object is placed ahead of another object.
The participants from the civil society organizations stood in front of the doors and refused to step aside for the members of the WTO.
He makes sure to mask his racism in front of people of color.
Use 'between' when one object is in the middle of two other objects.
This regulation falls between city and state level organizations.
We posted our code of conduct policy in the basement between the door for the storage closet and the hot water pipe.