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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #89853: Prepositions in context
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    Prepositions in context


    THE   PREPOSITIONS 

                       

    In English, some verbs (and words) are followed by a preposition but, unfortunately, not always the same one! So you must learn the verb and the preposition that follows it.

    Examples: I apologised TO her for what happened. I don't care ABOUT them.

    Sometimes verbs can take different prepositions that totally change the meaning of the sentence.

    Examples: I threw the ball TO him. (Benevolent; playing a game.) I threw the ball AT him. (Hostile; to inflict injury)

    For the exercise, choose the correct preposition.

    Good luck!





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    1. Actually, I'm thinking leaving the company.

    2. Thank you agreeing to meet us at such short notice.

    3. Fortunately, we succeeded meeting the deadline.

    4. I don't believe taking too much notice of our competitors.

    5. Let's just concentrate doing what we do best.

    6. I don't blame him starting up on his own.

    7. I won't prevent you going ahead if you want to.

    8. I warned you taking on too much work too quickly.

    9. Success depends being in the right place at the right time.

    10. I'm looking for someone to take care of my baby. Can I rely you?









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