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BBC Learning English Quiznet Verb and preposition agreement
1. I really enjoy my new English class, we discuss _________ really interesting topics like music, pop stars and fashion! a) about b) at c) (no preposition) d) to 2. What did you think _________ the film? Did you enjoy it? a) of b) on c) no preposition d) to 3. It was so embarrassing, I didn’t have enough money to pay ________ the meal. a) (no preposition) b) at c) to d) for 4. She left __________ work at 6.30 this morning – I was still sleeping! a) to b) at c) for d) (no preposition) 5. I’m not sure if I can come tonight, it depends ______ the babysitter. a) in b) on c) no preposition d) to 6. Dear Mr Smith, Thank you ________ informing me of your current position. I would like to… a) for b) no preposition c) to d) in

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1. I really enjoy my new English class, we discuss _________ really interesting topics like music, pop stars and fashion! a) about – ‘Discuss about something’ is not correct. b) at – ‘Discuss at something’ is not correct. c) (no preposition) – ‘Discuss something’ (with no preposition) is correct. d) to – ‘Discuss to something’ is not correct. 2. What did you think _________ the film? Did you enjoy it? a) of – ‘What did you think of it?’ is asking for your opinion. b) on – ‘Think on something’ is not correct. c) no preposition – ‘Think’ is followed by a preposition. d) to – ‘Think to something’ is not correct. 3. It was so embarrassing, I didn’t have enough money to pay ________ the meal. a) (no preposition) – ‘Pay the meal’ is not correct. b) at – ‘Pay at the meal’ is not correct. c) to – ‘Pay to the meal’ is not correct. d) for – ‘Pay for the meal’ is correct. 4. She left __________ work at 6.30 this morning – I was still sleeping! a) to – ‘She left to work’ is not correct. b) at – ‘She left at work’ is not correct. c) for – ‘She left for work’ is correct – she left one place for another. d) (no...
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