Verbs + prepositions

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  • 1. Verbs + prepositions
  • 2. Verbs working with AT • Look • Have a look • Take a look • Stare • Glance • Laugh • Smile • Aim • Point (sth) • Shoot • Fire a gun AT
  • 3. Verbs working with TO • Talk • Say (sth) • Explain(sth) • Want • Decide • Would like • Be able • Be use to • Get use to to
  • 4. Verbs working with TO • Plan • offer • Forget • Agree • Learn • Hope • Fail • Go • Promise • Seem • Need to
  • 5. Verbs working with TO • Learn • Hope • Fail • Apologize • Happen • Fire • Prefer one thing/ person to
  • 6. The most common verbs with are follow by “ ing form” when they are followed by another verb are: Stop Enjoy Finish Quit Avoid Miss Involve Risk Practice Consider Delay Postpone Admit Deny Give up ( Quit) Start Put off ( Postpone) Go on (Continue) Keep on ( keep) Like Dislike Love Hate Examples: He stops sending E-mails to me She enjoys playing the screen of the computer I do not like reading attachment most of the time they have virus We go on working on the laptop They love creating new software
  • 7. Some verbs can be used in “infinitive or in ing form” but the meaning is totally different. Like Start Hate Love Stop Deny Begin Need Examples: The computer needs cleaning. It is dirty again ( the computer needs to be cleaned) She started repairing the laptop ( she did not finished) She is starting to repair the laptop ( after continuous tense or present simple) I am beginning to have problem with the mouse ( The infinitive form is used when it is in present continuous) I begin having problem with the mouse (Present simple) They stop using internet connection ( while you do the action) They stop to scan the document ( In order to )
  • 8. Verbs working with “IN” • Believe • Specialize • Succeed IN
  • 9. Verbs working with “INTO” • Break • Crash • Drive • Run • Bump • Divide (sth) (two or more parts) • Cut (sth) • Split (sth) INTO
  • 10. Verbs working with “ON” • Concentrate • Hope • Fail • Apologize • Happen • Fire • Prefer one thing/ person • Rely • Depend • Congratulate (someone) • Compliment (somebody) • Live (Money/food) ON
  • 11. Verbs working with “WITH” • Collide • Fill (sth) • Provide (sb) • Supply (sb) WITH
  • 12. Verbs working with “OF” • Accuse (sb) • To be Suspected • Approve • Die (an illness) • Consist • Dream • Hear • Think • Remind (somebody ) • Complain (Illness/ pain) OF
  • 13. Verbs working with “FOR” • Pay (sb) • Pay a bill/ fine/ a tax/ a fare/ rent/ a sum of money • Thank (sb) • Forgive (sb) • Apologize to (sb) • Blame (sb) (sth) FOR
  • 14. Verbs working with “FOR” • Ask (sb) • Wait • Apply (job) • Search (sb/ sth/ place/ bag) • Leave ( a place for another palce) • Look (try to find sth) (search for) FOR
  • 15. Verbs working with “FROM” • Suffer • Protect ( sb/ sth) • Hear From (one illness)
  • 16. Verbs working with “ABOUT” • Talk • Read • Tell (somebody) • Have a discussion • Discuss (no preposition) • do sth about sth • Care ABOUT
  • 17. Verbs working with “ABOUT” • Dream • Protect ( sb/ sth) • Hear • Think (Consider) • Remind (somebody) (Tell me not to forget) • Complain tosomebody • Warn (somebody) ABOUT