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  • Preposition
  • Definition
    • Preposition is a word that is placed before a noun or a pronoun to show its relation to another word.
    • The book fell off the desk.
    • Children play in the garden.
    • He is fond of chocolates.
  • Skills practice
    • The dog ran ____ the road.
    • The river flows ____ the bridge.
    • The work was done ___ haste.
    • He is afraid ____ the dog.
    • I am fond ____ music.
    • He goes ___ Sunday ___ church.
    • He died ____ country
    • The steam engine was invented ____ James Watt.
    • The burglar jumped ____ the compound wall.
    • 10. The village was destroyed ___ fire.
    • What is that ___ me?
    • It cannot be done ____ offence.
    • He spoke ___ me ___ English.
    • They live ___ the same roof.
    • I have not seen him ____ Friday last.
    • I have known him ____ a long time.
    • The moon does not shine ___ its own light.
    • This is a matter ___ little importance.
    • I am tired ___ walking
    • He has not yet recovered ___ his illness.
    • I shall do it ___ pleasure.
    • God is good ____ me.
    • I will sit ___ my desk to do my lesson.
    • I am sorry ___ what I have done.
    • O God! Keep me ___ sin.
    • I bought it ___ seventy rupees.
    • He broke the jug ___ hundred pieces.
    • It has been raining ____ yesterday.
    • I have been working hard ___ arithmetic.
    • We suffered ____ your neglect.
    • The exercise was written ___ me ___ a parker pen.
    • “ Will you walk ___ my parlor? Said the spider ____ the fly.
    • It is ten o clock ___ my watch.
    • There is nothing new ___ the sun.
    • Do not cry ____ spilt milk.
    • You, boys, must settle it ____ yourselves.
    • The public are cautioned ____ pickpockets.
    • They drove ___ Karachi ____ Hyderabad.
    • Along
    • Under
    • In
    • Of
    • Of
    • On, to
    • For
    • By
    • Over
    • By
    • To
    • Without
    • To, in
    • Under
    • Since
    • For
    • By
    • Of
    • Of
    • From
    • With
    • To
    • At
    • For
    • From/off
    • For
    • Into
    • Since
    • At
    • From
    • By, with
    • Into, to
    • By
    • Under
    • Over
    • Among/by
    • Against
    • From, to
  • Nouns that take preposition For after them
    • Affection
    • Ambition
    • Anxiety
    • Apology
    • Appetite
    • Aptitude
    • Blame
    • Candidate
    • Capacity
    • Compassion
    • Compensation
    • (remaining from Wren & Martin Ex no. 71 to 87))
  • Nouns that take preposition With after them
    • Acquaintance
    • Alliance
    • Bargain
    • Comparison
    • Conformity
    • Enmity
    • Intimacy
    • Relations
  • Nouns that take preposition Of after them
    • Abhorrence
    • Assurance
    • Charge
    • Distrust
    • Doubt
    • Experience
    • Failure
    • Observance
    • Proof
    • Result
  • Nouns that take preposition To after them
    • Access
    • Accession
    • Allegiance
    • Alternative
    • Antidote
    • Antipathy
    • Exception
    • Indifference
    • Limit
    • Obedience
    • Opposition
    • Temptation
  • Nouns that take preposition From after them
    • Abstinence
    • Cessation
    • Deliverance
    • Descent
    • Digression
    • Escape
    • Exemption
    • Inference
    • Respite
  • Adjectives and participles that take preposition To after them
    • Abhorrent
    • Acceptable
    • Conducive
    • Alive
    • Analogous
    • Equal
    • Essential
    • Indebted
    • Indifferent
    • Indigenous
    • True
  • Adjectives and participles that take preposition In after them
    • Absorbed
    • Accomplished
    • Backward
    • Defective
    • Diligent
    • Honest
    • Interested
    • Involved
    • Proficient
    • Versed
  • Adjectives and participles that take preposition With after them
    • Acquainted
    • Busy
    • Delighted
    • Endowed
    • Fatigued
    • Infested
    • Intimate
    • Popular
    • Replete
    • Satisfied
  • Adjectives and participles that take preposition Of after them
    • Accused
    • Afraid
    • Apprised
    • Aware
    • Bereft
    • Composed
    • Confident
    • Easy
    • Envious
    • Void
    • Sick
    • Regardless
  • Adjectives and participles that take preposition For after them
    • Anxious
    • Grateful
    • Good
    • Qualified
    • Eligible
    • Fit
    • Ready
    • Useful
    • Penitent
    • Customary
    • Notorious
    • Eager
  • Verbs that take preposition To after them
    • Accede
    • Apologize
    • Assent
    • Belong
    • Conform
    • Listen
    • Object
    • Prefer
    • Stoop
    • Succumb
    • Yield
    • Surrender
  • Verbs that take preposition From after them
    • Abstain
    • Debar
    • Disist
    • Differ
    • Escape
    • Exclude
    • Prohibit
    • Recover
    • Refrain
    • Recoil
  • Verbs that take preposition With after them
    • Associate
    • Bear
    • Comply
    • Cope
    • Correspond
    • Disagree
    • Grapple
    • Intrigue
    • Quarrel
    • Side
    • Sympathize
    • Vie
  • Verbs that take preposition Of after them
    • Acquit
    • Beware
    • Boast
    • Complain
    • Die
    • Disapprove
    • Dispose
    • Dream
    • Judge
    • Repent
    • Taste
    • disapprove
  • Verbs that take preposition For after them
    • Atone
    • Canvass
    • Care
    • Clamor
    • Feel
    • Hope
    • Sue
    • Wish
    • Yearn
    • Start
  • Verbs that take preposition In after them
    • Acquiesce
    • Dabble
    • Delight
    • Enlist
    • Excel
    • Fall
    • Glory
    • Increase
    • Indulge
    • Involve
    • Persist
  • Verbs that take preposition On after them
    • Comment
    • Decide
    • Deliberate
    • Depend
    • Dwell
    • Encroach
    • Enlarge
    • Impose
    • Insist
    • Intrude
    • Subsist
    • Trample
  • Prepositions Test
    • I agreed ___ his proposal.
    • He is interested ___ stories.
    • Is he qualified ___ this post.
    • The hills were covered ____ forest.
    • Early rising is good ___ health.
    • The dog ran ____ the cat.
    • Do you want to speak ___ me?
    • How did he fell prey ___ clever scheme.
    • He arrived ___ the gate.
    • There were few schools to go ___.
    • I am getting ____ very well.
    • The teacher was angry ____ me.
    • He ran ___ the bus, but missed it.
    • I prefer tea ___ coffee.
    • He has not replied ___ my letter.
    • My house is not far ___ here.
    • They came ___ car, I think.
    • He is blind ____ one eye.
    • I prevented him ___ falling.
    • He availed himself ___ opportunity.
    • Food is necessary ___ life.
    • He is true ___ his words.
    • He aimed ___ the bird and fired.
    • I am astonished ___ his behavior.
    • I am indebted ___ my teacher.
    • Mr. Ali subscribed a handsome sum ___ the relief fund.
    • He quarreled ___ me.
    • He readily complied ___me.
    • He dispensed ___ the services of the dishonest clerk.
    • He yielded ____ superior force.
    • He despaired ___ success.
    • He supplies the poor ____ clothing.
    • He abstains ____ smoking
    • He is married ___ my cousin.
    • I purposely refrained ___ saying more.