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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #60931: Prepositions
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    Fill in the blanks with the most appropriate preposition possible.

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    1. He was so absorbed his thoughts that he failed to observe that his train was leaving.

    2. Being very experienced his subject,John could easily win the esteem of his students.

    3. Children are usually quite dependent their parents for eveything.

    4. He was so rude that he had to apologize his misconduct.

    5. To compensate my heartless behaviour, I offered the little boy a boxful of his favourite toffees.

    6. He was exempted paying the fees due to his exemplary conduct and studiousness.

    7. One can't possibly prohibit people smoking and drinking even though these are highly undesirable habits to indulge in.

    8. I don't think he is qualified his job. No wonder he makes a fool of himself in everything he does.

    9. One has to guard overconfidence, especially when one is on a winning streak.

    10. One is so easily disgusted one's job these days.

    11. He has contributed society immensely by faithfully serving the student community.

    12. I hate to respond jibes. I prefer to remain silent.

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