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    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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    Answers :

1. C    2. A    3. D    4. C    5. B    6. A

 
 
     
 
     

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