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
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Question 1Malcolm is thinking .... starting a new business.
of in for on
Question 2My mother is going to look ..... my children while my wife and I are away.
after throughHint:we may look through a book to see if we want to buy it 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 2 Explanation:"look after" means to take care of
Question 3The protesters started throwing stones .... the police.
from at to forQuestion 3 Explanation:"throw at" means that you want to hit and possibly hurt another person
Question 4Johnny threw the ball .... Mike. Mike then scored two points.
at for to overQuestion 4 Explanation:"throw the ball to" means that you want the other person to catch the ball.
Question 5I could do .... a nice cup of tea.
from with about forQuestion 5 Explanation:This expression means: I would really like to drink a cup of teaOnce you are finished, click the button below. Any items you have not completed will be marked incorrect.There are 5 questions to complete.