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V.9.1 - Dependent prepositions (e.g. afraid of)

10 Prepositions Questions

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Prepositions link nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in sentences.

There are lots of prepositions and choosing the right one can be difficult.

Most English learners find the best way to learn them is through practising, practising.... and then practising again!

So come on - it's time to get busy practising!

Link: Prepositions + '-ing'

Prepositions Quiz

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It's prepositions time again. The best way to learn them is through practice. Read through the ten sentences and choose the correct missing prepositions.

Finished already? Then try another exercise:

Link: 10 Prepositions Questions

Link: Quiz on Prepositions

Prepositions plus '-ing'

Average: 3.7 (98 votes)

Take a look at the following two sentences - which one is correct and why?

Are you interested in studying English?
Are you interested in study English?

That's right, the first sentence is correct. But why?

Test your Prepositions knowledge!

Average: 3.9 (67 votes)

How good are you with prepositions? Let's find out! Take a look at the following ten sentences and choose the correct preposition to complete each sentence.


Link: Prepositions of Time

Link: Mixed Preposition Quiz

How to use 'by'

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By is a versatile preposition which can be used in a number of situations. Today we take a look at some of its basic uses:

The way something is done

We use by to show how something is done:

We send a postcard or a letter by post.

We contact someone by phone or by email.

Prepositions list and test

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'The woman climed over the wall.'

It's about time that we took another look at some prepositions, isn't it? Here we have a list of all the major prepositions used in English. As prepositions can have more than one meaning it would be impossible to explain them all here.

There is a quiz for you to try at the bottom.

mixed prepositions quiz

Average: 2.2 (295 votes)

Today we are taking a look at some sentences which are all missing prepositions.

For example, prepositions include: on, in and at. You need to use more than these three examples.

Please complete the sentences below using a preposition and watch your spelling.

Good luck!

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