Preposition Exercise



Preposition Exercise :



A preposition describes a relationship between words in a sentence.

1. Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions.

a. The young lady was angry me for pointing out her that her addiction………shopping would be the cause her ruin.

b. He went board the ship which was to take him ……India where he intended to embark some kind trade.

c. My father objects my going out for a movie. I have reasoned ………him the necessity having some recreation but he is not a man to surrender arguments.

d. A man honour will stick his conviction and act ……..a sense duty even if others jeer him and think him wanting common sense.

2. Fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions.

a. It is rude to break a conversation.

b. The meeting broke on a very cordial note.

c. She broke when she heard of her grandmother’s death.

d. Please do call my brother when you visit America.

e. I have called a sandwich and a pizza. Would you like something else?

f. Please call your mother and tell her that you will be coming home late today.

g. This bag is of such a bad quality that within one month it has come……..

h. Would someone like to come ….and help me complete this job?

i. Which part of India do you come……?

j. All the trees were cut ……to make way for the new buildings.

k. We were cut from the mainland because the river had flooded and covered the bridge.

l. You don’t have to make an appointment. You can drop……on us anytime.

m. Bill Gates decided to drop ……of school and take up some job.

n. The two brothers fell with each other over the division of the property.

o. The partnership began to fall when the chairman resigned.

p. She thinks she can get …..with this kind of behaviour because she is the eldest.

q. I do not know the answer to this question. I will get…….to you about this.

r. I have handed my resignation letter to the Principal.

s. The Director handed …..charge to the young man.

t. Food packets were handed…..to all the refugees.



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