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Yes .over and near in these sentences are prepositions.
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       He jumped  OVER a box kept NEAR  the tree  to catch the cute cat.

The word "near "  can be used in many ways.  It can be an adjective, a preposition, a verb or an adverb.
Here "near" is used  a preposition, as it is positioned before the  noun "the tree".  It indicates a place (connecting to) relative to the tree.


The word "over" can be used as an adverb or a preposition.
Here it is used as a preposition as it is positioned before the noun "a box".
It indicates the position above the box.

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