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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #92578: For or about
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Prepositions [Change theme]
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    For or about


    As a preposition 'about' is used when we want to say that something concerns a person or a thing:

         They are talking about the little girl.

     

    'For' is used when we want to express a destination:

          The pen is for you.

    Choose the suitable preposition. Good luck!



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    1. Is there anything you that I have to know?

    2. There is a present you on the table.

    3. Linda was talking her childhood as if she was there again.

    4. Give me some time. I want to find the most appropriate synonym colour.

    5. Did you hear anything the accident?

    6. Tom was going to do anything her if she just asked him.

    7. You don't like this book but I do. Please buy it me.

    8. Thank you your understanding.

    9. There is nothing new me except that I graduated.

    10. You both have been whispering all night. Please, tell me what it is all .









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