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Dependent prepositions
Dependent prepositions
Dependent prepositions
Dependent prepositions
Dependent prepositions
Dependent prepositions
Dependent prepositions
Dependent prepositions
Dependent prepositions
Dependent prepositions
Dependent prepositions
Dependent prepositions
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Dependent prepositions

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  • 1. DEPENDENT PREPOSITIONS
  • 2. AFTER VERBS Arrive _______________ Paris in Arrive ___________ the train station at
  • 3. AFTER VERBS Belong ____________ to Argue ___________ with, about Spend money _______ on
  • 4. AFTER VERBS Ask ___________ the bill for Remind me ________ of
  • 5. AFTER VERBS Laugh ___________ at Pay __________ the meal for It depends ____________ on
  • 6. AFTER VERBS Look forward ___________ to Believe ____________ in Choose ___________ between
  • 7. AFTER ADJECTIVES Angry________ with, about Different _________ from, to Be fed up __________ with
  • 8. AFTER ADJECTIVES Good/bad _________ at Fond _________ of Married ___________ to
  • 9. AFTER ADJECTIVES Proud __________ of Kind _________ to Rude _________ to
  • 10. AFTER ADJECTIVES Interested _________ in Excited ________ about Famous _____ for
  • 11. AFTER ADJECTIVES Pleased __________ with Worried _________ about
  • 12. REMEMBER: If you need to use a verb after those prepositions, add –ING

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