No, the word 'beyond' is a noun, an adverb, and a preposition. Examples: It's a message from the great beyond. (noun, object of the preposition 'from') We can stay until Friday, but not beyond. (adverb) My kite sailed beyond the… Full Answer
I can give you several sentences. "Somewhere beyond the sea, somewhere waiting for me, my lover stands on golden sands." (from"Beyond the Sea" by Robbie Williams) Beyond the desert is a rain forest. You have to move beyond the basics.