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Verb + Prepositional Phrase Practice 1
Complete verbs with prepositions
Complete the verb or participle with a preposition: about, against, after, for, from, in, of, off, on, over, to, with
If needed, review Verbs + Preps + Gerunds (e.g., look forward to seeing) and Participle Modifiers with Prepositions (e.g., disappointed in)
- Select the response from the list that best completes the sentence.
- Compare your responses to the feedback by clicking the "Check" or "Check 1-20" button.
- think of - suddenly remember or realize, regard "Can you think of his name?"; think of - regard "We thought of dancers as being delicate instead of athletic);
- think about - think for a longer time "Have you thought about getting a new computer?";
- think over - think for a longer time and compare "I'm not sure yet. I'd like to think it over for awhile."
Also see Phrasal Verbs (two- and three-word verbs)
Related practices — Participle + PP (amazed at) | Verb + PP Prac 2 (Education) | Verb/Partcpl + PP Prac 3 (Career) | Verb/Partcpl + PP Prac 4 (Paparazzi)