Category: Prepositions

Verbs + prepositions.

Complete the sentences with a suitable preposition.

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Please use short forms e.g. haven't instead of have not in negative statements and use long forms in positive statements e.g. I am instead of I'm.

1. He insisted going out but none of us wanted to.2. You can rely Mark. He's a responsible man.3. I didn't understand at first but Tom explained everything me.4. She asked me the key because he had lost hers.5. Whether we'll go or not depends the weather.6. I apologise being late. I missed the bus.7. Kate blamed the accident Peter but it wasn't his fault.8. Peter was accused stealing money but I'm sure he didn't do that.9. He was able to cope poverty and now he's a very successful manager.10. I was waiting the bus when I saw that beautiful girl.11. You should restrain yourself eating fast food if you want to lose weight.12. You listen music too loud. Can you turn it down?13. I'm very proud my daughter. She's such a smart kid.14. Paul is allergic many different things so his life isn't easy.15. He always resorts lying when he's asked about his past.