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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #91650: Verb + postposition For
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    Verb + postposition For


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    1. If the government doesn't find ways to reduce unemployment, the prime minister will in for a lot of criticism from the opposing party.

    2. During Halloween, people fill a basin with water, put apples in the water, and for them, with their hands tied behind their backs.

    3. - The investment broker had pointed up the great potential in growth without talking about risks on capital loss. - But how on earth could you for that type of investment?

    4. Building up experience, encouraging mutual aid and controlling the consistency in the organisation will for a greater efficiency.

    5. After this big mistake on the triple flip at the beginning of her program, she needs to for every triple from now on, in order to win a medal.

    6. His brain damage due to his car accident was so serious that he even had to for everyday words.

    7. Since last year, companies have had to resort to overtime work to for the increased demand from their clients.

    8. I've never seen him working so hard. Maybe he is for that promotion.

    9. Since your regular English teacher is on sick leave for a nervous breakdown, let me introduce you to Mr Tame who will in for her.

    10. I know the weather is rarely rainy there. Still, we should bring umbrellas with us to for possible rainy days. You never know.

    11. Don't pay attention to what those detractors say: just focus on your goals and ' for it!'.









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