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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123654: Using correct prepositions
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    Using correct prepositions


     

    Using a wrong preposition in a sentence is a mistake.

    It is important to use correct prepositions in sentences based on our English language knowledge, not based on our native language or our thought.

     



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    1. Mary was absorbed her work.

    2. They accused their boss bullying them.

    3. My boss is angry his employees because of the bad quality of a few items.

    4. The train arrived the station two hours ago.

    5. The Africans are accustomed hot weather.

    6. Europeans are anxious their incomes.

    7. Kevin has benefited his plan.

    8. My father congratulated me my birthday.

    9. Lucy depends herself; therefore she is a successful manager.

    10. We divided a watermelon five parts.









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