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Prepositions After Verbs


Prepositions After Verbs
Choosing the correct preposition (in, about, for, to...) after a verb is simply a matter of memorizing (and practicing) which prepositions accompany a specific verb. In the following sentences, choose the appropriate preposition that completes the sentence.



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1. I am very grateful you.
2. I hope you are familiar this subject.
3. He is accustomed his professor.
4. That student always disagrees me. A. for ;B. to ;C. with
5. I assume that you are acquainted _____ this subject since you are responsible ____writing the accompanying materials.
6. Our school is associated that organization.
7. It is difficult to contribute __________ this fund when we are not committed ______ its mission.
8. We have been very satisfied his results.
9. The teacher was upset the student's behaviour.
10. I am interested your analysis.
11. We all object the use of this money for personal purposes.
12. I apologize our mistake.
13. We do not approve _______ such trivial questions and are not willing to take responsibility ________them.
14. Now that we are finished ________ the hard subjects, we look forward ________next year.
15. Our lab is equipped the latest state-of-the-art computers.
16. The product is made pure gold.
17. Never become involved a questionable deal.
18. It is important that we coordinate our efforts each other.
19. We are not limited our approach.
20. I hope you succeed this research.
21. We want to thank you your cooperation.
22. Our university is prohibited doing business ________ that country.
23. I want everyone to participate the discussion group.
24. You would be wise to take advantage this free tutoring.
25. Are you aware the cost?








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