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Lesson 2. Practice 2. Verbs and prepositions (Basic, A1 Level)

Practice 2

Instructions

Based on this lesson, fill in each blank using the verb in parentheses, including the correct preposition. In one or more sentences, you do not need a preposition.

When you are finished, click “Answer.”

You can use the “tab button” on your keyboard to move between blanks and the “Answer” buttons.

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1. (listen) I always the news on the radio on the way to work.

I always listen to the news on the radio on the way to work.

2. (show) Do you have to your work your boss tomorrow?

Do you have to show your work to your boss tomorrow?

3. (talk) Mr. Ecks is his students their homework.

Mr. Ecks is talking to his students about their homework.

4. (stop) The cold weather is not going to us going on the trip.

The cold weather is not going to stop us from going on the trip.

5. (meet) Let’s at the coffee shop tomorrow.

(no preposition) Let’s meet at the coffee shop tomorrow.

6. (listen / listen) When you the lesson, the important details only.

When you listen to the lesson, listen for the important details only.

7. (hear) I often you when I talk to your friend.

I often hear about you when I talk to your friend.

8. (ask) The students are their teacher a second chance to finish the work.

The students are asking their teacher for a second chance to finish the work.

9. (show) Please me your work.

(no preposition) Please show me your work.

10. (talk) May I you the instructions for the homework?

May I talk to you about the instructions for the homework?

11. (ask / you) Hi, I’m Marisa. May I your name?

Hi, I’m Marisa. May I ask you your name? (no preposition)

12. (ask / people / many questions) The police are the accident.

The police are asking people many questions about the accident.

More Practice

Have you completed Practice 1 Fill in the blanks using the correct prepositions after the verbs in this lesson.

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