The Preposition

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  • Q1

    Choose the right option.

    Marks:1
    Answer:

    Who were you talking to?

    Explanation:

    Prepositions normally precede nouns or pronouns. However, in informal English, we can move the prepositions to the end in some questions.

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  • Q2

    Fill up the blanks with correct prepositions.

    1. Jack and Jenny spent the summer holidays _____ London.

    2. Poland is _____Germany and Belarus.

    3. Rocky and Bill usually meet _____the club.

    4. Why don’t you take me _____the party?

    5. Stop shouting _____me.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. Jack and Jenny spent the summer in London.

    2. Poland is between Germany and Belarus.

    3. Rocky and Bill usually meet at the club.

    4. Why don’t you take me to the party?

    5. Stop shouting at me.

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  • Q3

    Rewrite the followings sentences correcting the mistakes if any.

    1. Phillip is not very good in maths.

    2. Felix is looking after a new job.

    3. We’ll discuss about the holiday dates at the afternoon.

    4. I have read many novels of Dan Brown.

    5. Who is that girl dressed with the red jacket?

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. Phillip is not very good at maths.

    2. Felix is looking for a new job.

    3. We’ll discuss the holiday dates in the afternoon.

    4. I have read many novels by Dan Brown.

    5. Who is that girl dressed in the red jacket?

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  • Q4

    Fill in the numbered blanks with suitable conjunctions from the choice given below.

    [by, in front of, in, on, over, between]

    John: Where are we going to put the arm chairs?

    Daisy: (1) _______ the fireplace.

    John: In that case where are we going to put the bookshelf?

    Daisy: (2) _____ the almirah.

    John: (3) _____ our wedding photo?

    Daisy: Oh, No. We’ll put our wedding photo (4) _____ that wall (5) _____ the TV.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    John: Where are we going to put the arm chairs?

    Daisy: (1) In front of the fireplace.

    John: In that case where are we going to put the bookshelf?

    Daisy: (2) By the almirah.

    John: (3) In front of our wedding photo?

    Daisy: Oh, No. We’ll put our wedding photo (4) on that wall (5) over the TV.

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  • Q5

    Choose the correct prepositions to fill in the blanks.

    1. The little girl went on crying _____ (until/by) her mother came and took her.

    2. Joanna was a nurse _____ (for/during) a long time.

    3. I couldn’t trace William _____ (between/among) the protesters.

    4. I got to know Wilfred _____ (for/during) my collage days.

    5. I had to live without any income _____ (during/for) eight months.

    Marks:5
    Answer:

    1. The little girl went on crying until her mother came and took her.

    2. Joanna was a nurse for a long time.

    3. I couldn’t trace William among the protesters.

    4. I got to know Wilfred during my collage days.

    5. I had to live without any income for eight months.

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