- The helicopter hovered above us.
- The helicopter hovered over us.
To hover is a different word it means you are not moving, and deliberately staying in one place. If you were in a helicopter and not moving, you could say you were flying above somewhere, or hovering over somewhere. If you were in an aeroplane, you could say you were flying over somewhere (passing by), flying above somewhere (your location at this moment), but you would not be hovering.
What is your idea about this argument? one of my friend has explained my original question which is at the top of this page.
Is it is correct, would you explain it kindly with some example to clarify it?
Thanks in advance