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Lesson 5. Practice 2. Verbs and prepositions (Basic, A1 Level)

Practice 2


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

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1. (elaborate / it) Your answer is correct, but can you a little more?

Your answer is correct, but can you elaborate on it a little more?

2. (choose / soup and salad) You can with your meal.

You can choose between soup and salad with your meal.

3. (worry / the exam) Don’t . I’m sure you’ll do well.

Don’t worry about the exam

4. (choose / the baby’s name / a list) They are going to on the internet.

They are going to choose the baby’s name from a list on the internet.

5. (decide / a name) Joe must for his new business.

(decide / a name) Joe must decide on a name for his new business.

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

6. (lend / some money / John) I’m going to .

I’m going to lend some money to John.

I’m going to lend John some money. (no preposition)

7. (borrow / money / friends) I never . It can get complicated.

I never borrow money from friends

8. (benefit / some more practice) You are doing okay in the course, but you would .

You are doing okay in the course, but you would benefit from some more practice.

9. (choose / one more course) I need to for this semester.

I need to choose one more course for this semester. (no preposition after “choose”)

10. (borrow / your pen) May I ?

May I borrow your pen? (no preposition)

11.Aren’t you worried borrowing so much money the bank?

Aren’t you worried about borrowing so much money from the bank?

12. I must decide a course to take next semester.

I must decide on a course to take next semester.

More Practice

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

Practice 2. Complete sentences using the verbs and prepositions in this lesson. (this page)

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