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Verb + Prepositional Phrase Practice 1

Complete verbs with prepositionsballet

 

 

 

Ballet

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)  

  1. Select the response from the list that best completes the sentence. 
  2. Compare your responses to the feedback by clicking the "Check" or "Check 1-20" button.

 

 

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  1. 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);
  2. think about - think for a longer time "Have you thought about getting a new computer?";
  3. 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)