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List of Preposition Lessons | Basic (A-Level)

About Prepositions in General

What is a Preposition?” has information about prepositions.

5 tips to learn prepositions effectively in English” has tips for English-language learners to learn prepositions without getting stressed out.

Preposition of Place

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Preposition of Movement

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Prepositions after Verbs

Some verbs are followed by specific prepositional phrases to complete their meanings (e.g., you agree with someone on something). More about prepositions (new tab).

Lessons and Practice

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Lesson 1. Prepositions after believe, feel, give, keep, know, leave, look, say.

Lesson 2. Prepositions after ask, hear, listen, meet, show, stop, talk, think.

Lesson 3. Prepositions after add, agree, explain, focus, hope, spend, thank, wait.

Lesson 4. Prepositions after approve, happen, help, care, matter, plan, prevent, work.

Lesson 5. Prepositions after elaborate, benefit, borrow, choose, decide, lend, depend, worry.

Lesson 6. Prepositions after aim, adjust, count, insist, introduce, protect, stand, succeed.

Lesson 7. Prepositions with account, adapt, deal, present, remind, share.

Lesson 8. Prepositions with apologize, apply, comment, communicate, joke, laugh.

Lesson 9. Prepositions after accuse, base, complain, compliment, concentrate, shout.

Lesson 10. Prepositions after congratulate, interfere, distinguish, fight, specialize.

Lesson 11. Prepositions after smile, stare, prefer, recover, translate, turn, waste.

Lesson 12. Prepositions with accept, change, dream, guide, link, pay.

For prepositions afterbe + adjective, see Prepositions after Adjectives.

Prepositions after Adjectives

Some adjectives are followed by specific prepositional phrases to complete their meanings (e.g., excited about but interested in something). More about prepositions (new tab).

Lessons and Practice

Lesson 1. Prepositions after afraid, angry, bad, excited, good, interested, married, nice.

Prepositions after Nouns

Some nouns are followed by specific prepositional phrases to complete their meanings (e.g., an interest in but a passion for something). More about prepositions (new tab).

Lessons and Practice

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