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Dependant prepositions

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Dependant prepositions are fixed prepositions determined by the word--verb, adjective or noun, generally--that precedes it.

Dependant prepositions are fixed prepositions determined by the word--verb, adjective or noun, generally--that precedes it.

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  • 1. Dependant Prepositions exercise
  • 2. Put as |at | in | for | of | on | to | with or nothing in the spaces My friend Janice listens _ too much music. The reason __ this, she says, is that there’s been an increase __ the music she listens __ since she subscribed __ Spotify. She just isn’t very good __ turning it off and it’s had an effect __ her personal life. Her marriage __ Phil isn’t the same __ it was and he’s thinking __ asking __ a divorce. ‘I’m fed up __ this situation’, he complains ‘how Janice participates __ our conjugal life depends __ the music she’s concentrating __ at the time’. They telephoned __ a therapist to discuss __ the problem but neither of them wanted to pay __ professional help.
  • 3. Put as |at | in | for | of | on | to | with or nothing in the spaces My friend Janice listens to too much music. The reason for this, she says, is that there’s been an increase in the music she listens to since she subscribed to Spotify. She just isn’t very good at turning it off and it’s had an effect on her personal life. Her marriage to Phil isn’t the same as it was and he’s thinking of asking for a divorce. ‘I’m fed up with this situation’, he complains ‘how Janice participates in our conjugal life depends on the music she’s concentrating on at the time’. They telephoned __ a therapist to discuss __ the problem but neither of them wanted to pay for professional help.
  • 4. verb + prep. noun + prep. adjective + prep. ask for effect on good at concentrate on increase in fed up with depend on marriage to discuss __ reason for listen to same as participate in pay for subscribe to telephone __ think of

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