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Fill in the blanks with the correct prepositions

     
1.   He is very critical ______ what I have done.
2.   He was curious ______ how the story started.
3.   The audience was delighted ______ her singing.
4.   An expectant woman's diet should not be deficient _____ calcium.
5.   The orphanage is dependent ______ funds from the public.
6.   At one time, we were desperate ______ money.
7.   Eating too much meat is detrimental ______ health.
8.   Her taste in clothes is different ______ mine.
9.   She was disappointed ______ her new dress.
10.   We were very disappointed _______ him.
11.   His employer is dissatisfied ______ his work.
12.   We are doubtful ______ his ability to do the work.
13.   This medicine is very effective ______ coughs.
14.   The secretary is very efficient ______ her work.
15.   He is not eligible ______ the prize.
16.   I was very embarrassed ______ calling the host the wrong name.
17.   She is very enthusiastic ______ acting.
18.   Their minds seem completely empty ______ ideas.
19.   The food is enough ______ three people.
20.   The other children were envious ______ the millionaire's son.
21.   Twelve inches is equal _______ one foot.
22.   One dollar is equivalent _______ 100 cents.
     

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1.   of
2.   about
3.   with
4.   in
5.   on
6.   for
7.   to
8.   from
9.   with
10.   in
11.   with
12.   about
13.   for
14.   in
15.   for
16.   about
17.   about
18.   of
19.   for
20.   of
21.   to
22.   to
     
 
 
 

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