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Lesson 1. Practice 1. Verbs and Prepositions (Basic, A Level)

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Practice 1


Based on this lesson, fill in the blanks with the correct preposition. In one or more sentences, you do not need to use a preposition.

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1. I leave my house work at 7 every morning.

I leave my house for work at 7 every morning.

2. I feel terrible people who do not have a place to live.

I feel terrible for people who do not have a place to live.

3. Wow! You look just your sister!

Wow! You look just like your sister.

4. When driving slowly, keep the right side of the road.

When driving slowly, keep to the right side of the road.

5. Who is that man in the picture? I don’t know him.

I don’t know him. (no preposition)

 If you are having problems, study the lesson again and come back to this practice later.

6. What are you going to say Mary the problem?

What are you going to say to Mary about the problem?

7. Do you believe Mary? I don’t think she is telling the truth.

Do you believe Mary? (no preposition)

8. What do you know American history?

What do you know about American history.

9. How do you feel the exam next week?

How do you feel about the exam next week?

10. Many Americans believe angels.

Many Americans believe in angels.


More Practice

Practice 1. Fill in the blanks using the correct prepositions after the verbs in this lesson. (this page)

Practice 2. Complete sentences using the verbs and prepositions in the lesson.

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