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1

Use the correct preposition: in/into/with/to/on.

Do you believe __God? 

 

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Do you believe in God? (= Do you believe that God exists?)

2

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I believe __ saying what I think. (= I believe it is right to say what I think)

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I believe in saying what I think. (= I believe it is right to say what I think)

3

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The story can't be true. I don't believe ___ it. 

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The story can't be true. I don't believe it. (no preposition: we believe something/somebody).

4

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Helen is a lawyer. She specialises __ company law.

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Helen is a lawyer. She specialises in company law.

5

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I hope you succeed __ finding the job you want.

 

 

 

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I hope you succeed in finding the job you want.

6

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Our house was broken ___ a few days ago, but nothing was stolen.

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Our house was broken into a few days ago, but nothing was stolen.

7

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He lost control of the car and crashed ___ a wall.

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He lost control of the car and crashed into a wall. (drive/bump/run into)

8

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The book is divided ___ three parts.

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The book is divided ___ three parts. (cut/split into)

9

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She's a famous writer. Her books have been translated ___ many languages.

 

 

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She's a famous writer. Her books have been translated into many languages.

10

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There was an accident this morning. A bus collided ___ a car.

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There was an accident this morning. A bus collided with a car.

11

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Take this saucepan and fill it ___ water.

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Take this saucepan and fill it with water.

12

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The school provides all its students ___ books.

 

 

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The school provides all its students with books.

13

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What happened ___ that gold watch you used to have?

 

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What happened to that gold watch you used to have? (= where is it now?)

14

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They only invited a few people __ their wedding.

 

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They only invited a few people to their wedding.

15

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I prefer tea __ coffee.

 

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I prefer tea to coffee.

 

16

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I tried to concentrate __ my work, but I kept thinking about other things.

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I tried to concentrate on my work, but I kept thinking about other things.

17

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I wanted to go alone, but some friends of mine insisted __ coming with me.

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I wanted to go alone, but some friends of mine insisted on coming with me.

18

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How much do you spend __ food each week?

 

 

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How much do you spend on food each week?