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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #69432: Prepositions
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    Using the right preposition in the right place is not child's play.The English language has over hundred prepositions and their forms of usage are enormous:one thousand or so in number. Obviously it is totally impossible to be perfectly skilled in their use, especially because certain words are invariably followed by certain prepositions. The best way to acquire a fair mastery over them is by reading books voraciously. Here is an exercise that will help one to become more knowledgeable in their use 

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    1. There is no doubt his involvement in this scandal.

    2. I wonder what his complaint me and my people is.

    3. It is not right to laugh the plight of others.

    4. I have fairly good taste English literature.

    5. I simply could not approve his plan to give up his job for no rhyme or reason.

    6. One has to be beware one's relatives for these days as even they can't be fully trusted.

    7. He shamelessly boasts all the time his achievements, which actually are nothing much.

    8. It is said that it is tough for women to hide others the secrets they hold in their hearts.

    9. It is tough to believe anything that politicians say today.

    10. Hard work, but also plenty of luck, is necessary success in these highly competitive times.

    11. To recover the blow of the loss of one's parent is not all that easy.

    12. This man is hardly fit the post of teacher.

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