Practise more Adjectives, Verbs and Prepositions
To learn the English language effectively it is important to master the correct combinations of Adjectives, Verbs and Prepositions
Adjectives, Verbs and Prepositions - Exercise (2)Congratulations - you have completed Adjectives, Verbs and Prepositions - Exercise (2). You scored %%SCORE%% out of %%TOTAL%%. Your performance has been rated as %%RATING%%
Your answers are highlighted below.
Question 1I could do .... a nice cup of tea.
from about with forQuestion 1 Explanation:This expression means: I would really like to drink a cup of tea
Question 2Malcolm is thinking .... starting a new business.
of in on for
Question 3The protesters started throwing stones .... the police.
for to at fromQuestion 3 Explanation:"throw at" means that you want to hit and possibly hurt another person
Question 4My mother is going to look ..... my children while my wife and I are away.
throughHint:we may look through a book to see if we want to buy it after forHint:we suppose that the children are not lost atHint:I hope my mother will also give them some food and not just look at them !Question 4 Explanation:"look after" means to take care of
Question 5Johnny threw the ball .... Mike. Mike then scored two points.
for over at toQuestion 5 Explanation:"throw the ball to" means that you want the other person to catch the ball.Once you are finished, click the button below. Any items you have not completed will be marked incorrect.There are 5 questions to complete.