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Use the correct preposition: of / for / from / on.

We had an enormous meal. lt consisted ___ seven courses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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We had an enormous meal. lt consisted ___ seven courses.

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I didn't have enough money to pay ___ the rent.

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I didn't have enough money to pay the rent. (no preposition)

We pay a bill / fine / fee / tax / sum of money.

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There's been an increase in the number of people suffering ___ heart disease.

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There's been an increase in the number of people suffering from heart disease.

4

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Some students were suspected ___ cheating in the exam.

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Some students were suspected of cheating in the exam.

4

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When I realised I was wrong, I apologised (to them) __ my mistake.

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When I realised I was wrong, I apologised (to them) for my mistake.

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His parents don't approve ___ what he does, but they can't stop him.

 

 

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His parents don't approve of what he does, but they can't stop him.

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I didn't have enough money to pay ___ the meal.

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I didn't have enough money to pay for the meal. (not pay the meal)

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Sue accused me __ being se lfish.

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Sue accused me of being se lfish.

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I think TV is to blame ___ the increase in violence crime.

 

 

 

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I think TV is to blame for the increase in violence crime.

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Sun block protects the skin ___ the sun.

 

 

 

 

 

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Sun block protects the skin ___ the sun.

10

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I congratulated her __ doing so well in her exams.

 

 

 

 

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I congratulated her on doing so well in her exams.

11

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You can rely __ Anna. She always keeps her promises.

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You can rely on Anna. She always keeps her promises.

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You can rely __ Anna. She always keeps her promises.

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You can rely on Anna. She always keeps her promises.

13

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Michael's salary is very low. lt isn't enough to live __.

 

 

 

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Michael's salary is very low. lt isn't enough to live on. (live on money/food)

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"What did he die __?" "A heart attack."

 

 

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"What did he die of/from?" "A heart attack."

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Everybody blamed me __ the accident.

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Everybody blamed me for the accident.

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I'll never forgive/thank them ___ what they did.

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I'll never forgive/thank them for what they did.

18

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"Are you going to buy it?" "lt depends ___ how much it is." 

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  • "Are you going to buy it?" "lt depends (on) how much it is."

You can use depend + when/where/how etc. with or without on:

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"What time will you be home?" "I don't know. lt depends __ the traffic."

 

 

 

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"What time will you be home?" "I don't know. lt depends on the traffic."

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The accident wasn't my fault. Don't blame it __ me.

 

 

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The accident wasn't my fault. Don't blame it on me.