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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #72756: Nouns followed by prepositions
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    Nouns followed by prepositions

    Nouns followed by prepositions

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    English exercise "Nouns followed by prepositions" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. Abstinence wine is something which will make an individual healthy and socially acceptable.

    2. There is actually great abundance food and yet a great many go hungry. This is shameful for mankind!

    3. Lack of adherence the plan laid out by him and his well-wishers led to his humiliating defeat.

    4. What is the antidote the poison of terrorism which is eating up the very vitals of our existence?

    5. The sudden apprehension danger that he experienced actually saved his life.

    6. Attachment a person or thing leads to untold misery and grief.

    7. I wonder what gave him the feeling that he commands authority each and every individual.

    8. He is such an authority the subject that all flock to him to have their doubts cleared.

    9. Mother Teresa's beneficence the poor is legendary.

    10. Caution error must always be shown while driving any vehicle.

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