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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #69304: Some troublesome prepositions
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    Some troublesome prepositions

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    1. I agree him more often than not for he is always so wise and accommodating in nature.

    2. It was impossible for us to agree his ridiculous proposition.

    3. I rarely get angry my students. They are all so obedient and well-behaved.

    4. I was however angry the rude behaviour of a student who recently joined the school I work in.

    5. This auditorium has a capacity over thousand seats.

    6. His capacity working tirelessly has endeared him to his superiors.

    7. He had to apologize one and all for his indecent behaviour.

    8. She had to apologize hurting the sentiments of students.

    9. I differed them on several points and so had to quit the committee.

    10. Though they are brothers Peter is different John in several respects.

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