Exercise 3

Fill in each gap with the correct prepositions: at, in, on, of, to, for, about, with.

1 Do you believe ghosts?

2 Can I stay you tonight?

3 She never listens me.

4 They succeeded forcing the company to accept the deal.

5 Are you talking me?

6 You're always arguing your dad.

7 I'm writing you because I want to ask you a question.

8 They always argue money.

9 It depends the weather.

10 I don't agree you.


 

 

Verbs & prepositions – dependant prepositions

 
Some verbs are usually followed by a preposition before the object of the verb. These prepositions are called dependant prepositions. Check the list of some of the most common of these verbs below.
 
verb + preposition