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Workbook The for Complete Book of Prepositions

This booklet accompanies The Complete Book of and is intended to serve as a workbook to check Prepositions your comprehension of the prepositions covered in that booklet. The following pages contain 700 multiple choice items in 28 exercise sheets (with 25 items per sheet). Correct answers for each item are also provided, beginning on page 31. All of the different uses for the prepositions covered in The Complete Book of Prepositions are reviewed. Have fun!

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Worksheet 1
Prepositions of Time
Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. (See page 31 for the correct answers)
1. My math class starts (at, on, in) 9:00. 2. I always read (before, after, from) I go to sleep. 3. The show starts (over, since, in) ten minutes. 4. All employees have to be at work (from, by, since) 9:00. 5. I go to lunch anywhere (by, from, at) 11:30 to 1:30. 6. Breakfast is served from 6:00 (to, from, at) 10:00 AM daily. 7. I have been studying (before, after, since) 9:30. 8. I was born (on, at, by) July eighth. 9. The test shouldn‘t take (over, from, to) two hours to complete. 10. In college, I used to catch up on my sleep (for, during, on) my accounting class. 11. The opera bores Mr. Kemper; when he goes with his wife he always sleeps (for, through, at) the whole thing. 12. I refused to eat spaghetti (throughout, on, for) my childhood. 13. I will l remain in Thailand (until, at, since) July. 14. Most students could not complete the assignment (within, at, on) the allotted time period. 15. I seldom eat lunch (on, at, to) noon. 16. The game should end (around, during, to) 7:30. 17. She will do the dishes (until, to, after) she cleans her room. 18. The math class ends at half (at, past, to) two. 19. Mr. Belford reads the Wall Street Journal (from, prior to, since) going to the office. 20. I‘ll be at work (in, from, since) twenty-five minutes. 21. All students have to be in their seats (to, for, by) 9:00. 22. The play should last (on, during, from) 3:00 to 5:00. 23. It has been raining (since, after, until) Monday. 24. The class starts at a quarter (by, on, to) twelve. 25. It is twenty (after, for, by) three.

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W orksheet 2
Prepositions of Time
Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. (See page 31 for the correct answers)
1. There were a lot of hippies in America (during, at, since) the sixties. 2. Reruns of TV programs are aired (through, since, for) the summer in America. 3. Bears hibernate (since, on, throughout) the winter. 4. My parents always stayed up (until, since, for) midnight before going to bed. 5. All employees must report for drug test (for, by, within) a week. 6. Painting the house will take (by, at, over) four days. 7. The detectives were reluctant to give details of the crime to the press (throughout, in, by) their investigation. 8. Her favorite TV program ends (at, in, to) midnight. 9. Mr. Wilson leaves for work (in, about, to) 8:30. 10. Mary and her mother always go to lunch (in, on, around) noon. 11. I won‘t be there until (after, by, to) 5:15. 12. You will have (at, for, till) 3:00 to finish the exam. 13. Paul went to the library (to, after, by) his classes. 14. The staff meetings never go (by, past, before) 5:00. 15. (on, through, at) the sixties and early seventies it was stylish for men to wear long hair. 16. It was (to, by, past) the normal time for the tests to begin. 17. A person should stretch (from, before, until) they go jogging. 18. The doctor will see you (by, in, from) five minutes or so. 19. My father always gets home from work (by, for, during) 8:00. 20. Mrs. Harris was on vacation (from, at, since) August to September. 21. Billy has been driving (since, until, by) midnight. 22. The bus leaves at ten (from, to, by) seven. 23. It is half (to, past, before) six. 24. Mrs. Patterson always goes to play bingo (on, at, to) Saturdays. 25. For maximum health benefits, one should exercise (on, in, at) the afternoon.

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on. during. 17. during) their lifetimes. at) 3:30. 5 . throughout) the 1960‘s. in) Sunday night. during) hours before becoming exhausted. My mother has been going to PTA meeting (for. before) 12. since) 1987. 15. 18. during. I read (by. from. in) 1969. through) 6:00 to exercise. 6. at. on. for) millions of years. for. to. on) Sunday evening. from) two hours before I go to sleep. within) six years to be eligible for a degree. until) the police have talked to each and everyone. as. during. Hotel guests must wait (by. Larry gets up every morning (before. Harold goes to school from 9:00 (for. 14. I‘ll be there precisely (in. at) the summer. 2. 7. 12. at. on) 40 years. since.W orksheet 3 Prepositions of Time Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. In my youth. 21. 10. 5. past. for. I usually get home from work (by. 11. 13. 3. at. to) the spring. No one can leave the crime scene (for. (during. from) 9:30. 22. 16. 9. Good athletes can exercise (on. by) commercials on TV. before) starting to drive one should always fasten their seat belt. during. school children spent most of their time outdoors (on. at) 3:30. for. Blood pressure goes up (for. until) midmorning for room service. during. Students must complete their course work for a masters degree (by. for. The meeting of the board of directors ended (on. on. 4. Man first landed on the moon (at. 23. A popular soap opera in America has been on the air (over. Dinosaurs have been extinct (in. on. to. up to. I never work (on. 25. to) times of stress. on. The Wilson‘s have been happily married (for. 24. The president will address the nation (in. 20. in) 6:00. (See page 31 for the correct answers) 1. Crops are usually planted (in. NASA scientist con centrated their efforts on landing a man on the moon (by. at. by) 11 years. Almost all people fall in love at least once (by. 19. 8. She left for class at five (by. Many people rush to the kitchen to get snacks (on.

6 . Vampires are said to come out (in. on) night. at) July 4 8. for) my years in college. Independence Day in America is (on. 21. 3. I had to work the graveyard shift (in. The official holiday season starts (in. after) 8:00. The construction crew has been hard at work (since. 14. The school year in America begins (on. 25. since. All proposals for the project must be submitted to the committee (at. from) six hours. Buses leave for the capital hourly at twenty-five (after. on. 16. Larry often has a couple of beers at his favorite watering hole (during. 13. The end of the football game was not seen by TV audience because it went (to. at. till. 4. Mason usually plays poker with his friends (at. by. before. to. from. by) seven. in at) August. for) Monday nights. in. Alcohol was illegal in America (on. The game starts at half (past. for) long periods of time. in. on by) Friday Night. 5. Mr. till. 22. The program airs (at. beyond) the scheduled air time. 10. (See page 32 for the correct answers) 1. in) the hour. 18. on. my grandfather usually takes a nap (by. 7. at. during) the 1920‘s and early 1930‘s.W orksheet 4 Prepositions of Time Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. The managers meeting is held daily from 8:30 (by. 23. by) Friday. on. by) their last class. 15. My wife usually doesn‘t get home from work until (by. in) 30 minutes or less. My friend knocked on my door at a quarter (before. on. Many football games can last (for. at) the afternoons. for. over) three hours. It has rained nonstop (during. th . to) dawn. on. 9. for) seven straight days. for) going home after work. on) three days. at. 20. Many students don‘t like studying (to. 24. 19. Dinner is served promptly at ten (on. 6. at. unless it changes its course. 12. 17. 11. during. during. to) 9:30. on) seven. to. All students must report to the auditorium (after. The tornado will hit the downtown area (at. She has been watching TV (for. 2. in. from) four.

20. Many people with arthritis can not lift their arms (under. to) the bedroom. 11. under) the sink. at. outside. 24. 4. The sofa is (at. 5. at. at. Please put the crayons (in. 14. The oil platform was damaged in the hurricane that hit (in. (underneath. The trash can is located (in. 2. at) their heads. inside. above. outside) the house. 12. into) the hole before the fox could catch it. Kelly is (at. 22. off. 10. on top of) the table. (See page 32 for the correct answers) 1. 6. on) the window at the approaching storm. Perishables should always be kept (on. I keep my cleaning supplies (at. off) the coast. into) a silk blouse too long. inside. at) the top of my dresser. under) the sink in the kitchen. 9. There is a night stand (beside. 15. Children should always play football (in. 7. The farmer looked (in. The children went (out of. The rabbit ran (out. by. The castle (in. at. to. off. The ladder is leaning (against. into. underneath) the sink. 23. atop) the hill is in ruins. behind) Larry in the cafeteria line. Kevin keeps all his marbles (inside. beneath) the surface of the water. over. near) a refrigerator. 7 . from) each other in the marathon. at.W orksheet 5 Prepositions of Position and Place Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. When I get home I put my wallet and keys (in. at. on. at) the house to smoke. Jennifer is (on. 21. 17. 18. by. I sit (across from. below) the painting in the living room. on. under) Sally in math class. We jogged (alongside. My wife makes me go (inside. on) my bed. around) the house. 16. Fish swim (on. in the back of) the classroom is a map of the world. out. You should not leave a hot iron (at. outside. at) the house to play by the lake. near. at. 13. out) a leather pouch. The cabinets are (inside. 19. on. 25. in. 3. 8.

The bakery is (between. The tractor is (on. over) my TV in the living room. 4. 3. The doctor is standing (between. The children went (on. out. 9. The CD player is (to. by) a nurse. on. off. on top of) the bureau is for my aunt. on) the door with a child cradled in his arms. 2. at) the shore. to. The letter (in. out. 16. amid. below. around. 8. on top of. on) the kitchen table. at) the street to get to the police station. 17. The library is (at. out of) a pack of wild dogs. The policeman chased the robber (by. 5. at) the DVD player on the shelf. 22. at. If you stand too (against. Mr. 12. 24. The man paddled the canoe (on.W orksheet 6 Prepositions of Position and Place Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. To get to the restaurant go (onto. 14. I walk (to. from. by. The coyote is (toward. into. you are likely to get burnt. Porpoises were playfully leaping into the air a short distance (in. on. There is a vase of roses (in. 23. 10. into) the barn. up. 20. The chef put the pie (into. Denver Avenue. 25. off) 136 S. (underneath. in. by. 7. Dawson live (off. (See page 32 for the correct answers) 1. 6. among) the box. between) the hill. 21. around) the corner. The actor was (outside. by) the oven to cook for 45 minutes. onto. 15. near) a campfire. on. We walked (for. amid) the coffee shop. next to. up) the street and turn left. My air con unit is (in. into. out of) the football field six times a day for exercise. out. The books are stored (at. between) a rock and a hard place is not a good place to be. along. among) his fans at the awards ceremony. along) the stream hand in hand. The man walked (down. under. and Mrs. 19. at) the shore of the lake. inside) the house after it started to rain. by. 13. 18. at) work every morning at 8:30. The fireman run (out. 11. 8 . I leave (for.

out of.W orksheet 7 Prepositions of Position and Place Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. The painting is (above. The Patterson‘s are building a new house (in. 21. (to. I was walking (onto. 4. If you don‘t put ice cream (into. 9. alongside. 10. The zebras were grazing (off. 17. The small dinghy was (down. The Crandall‘s live (toward. at) his computer at work. 11. 13. between. People who don‘t trust banks sometimes put their money (on. Mary sits (to. 14. My dog walks (under. down) the street from the Allison‘s. 3. at) the doghouse to play in the yard. at. on) Korea for seven years. between. 23. between) each other at dinner. next to) the freezer. across from) the library is a bank. (See page 33 for the correct answers) 1. 7. above. 19. I rested my shoulders (in. alongside) his father at the ceremony. ahead of. 12. it will melt. 24. by) me in a movie theater. by. The puppies went (outside. along) her husband and his father. amid) a flotilla of sailboats. over) the wall. on top of) me in history class. near. The husband and wife always sit (opposite. 16. (In back of. down) the park. against. in front of. She has lived (in. on. from. 8. 18. 20. The pantry is (against. Pam. onto) the house is a cotton field. 5. in the back of. I can never see the screen if a tall person sits (in front of. between) the house. among. 15. 22. at. above) Beth in the classroom. at. The children walked (across. outside) the giraffes on the plains. on) the tanks into battle. (below. always talked too much. beh ind. 9 . Dennis put his wife‘s picture (below. in. outside) the river. into) my wife when I slipped and fell. underneath) the sofa. beside. who sat (out of. inside. in. Oliver stood (off. on. The soldiers marched (across from. 25. My sister is standing (over. 6. Mr. to) the window there is a rose garden. at) cookie jars. in. against) me when I take him for a walk. on. 2.

by. to) Ph illip in th e queue. The flowers (atop. in. in) the book store and the music store. at. in the back of. 13. to. on top of) a hot plate. out of. in. The cat is sleeping (under.W orksheet 8 Prepositions of Position and Place Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. from. at) the room in disgust. across from. off) the desk is out of date. against) the field when they heard the loud noise. on) the local residents at the outdoor market. in. There is a pharmacy (between. The children were playing hide and seek (behind. between. in) the table. over) the bank is a library. against) the printer. Sam lives (in. 21. above. In school I always preferred to sit (out of. toward. 16. into) a car. The books are (toward. down) the mountain to graze during the day. underneath) the bed. at. between) the Appleton‘s on Second Avenue. 22. atop) the lake in the park in the morning. The toilet brush is (on. I live (in. 14. 24. 20. One should never place plastic items (at. to) 15 flights of stairs for exercise. at) the refrigerator are wilted. The birds flew (up. The lake is (on. next to) the Wilson‘s. 3. 23. in back of) the cabins. between. The goats usually go (outside. across. in. into) the room. 11.The teacher walked (against. for. 5. I used to climb (up. out. in) the path to the cliffs. 9. The tourists were standin g (among. 19. 10 . A good driver always fastens his seat belt as soon as he gets (on. among. 6. The bus left (by. (opposite. San Diego is (from. at) Los Angeles. Mathew is (ahead of. 17. beneath) the bathroom sink. The bikers rode (along. 10. 8. for. (See page 33 for the correct answers) 1. The calendar (over. 4. 2. cross) the house. 25. 18. outside) the stadium several minutes ago. near. 12. Many people jog (around. My father keeps his slippers (on. between. over. 7. at. 15.

to) the towns of Patong and Surin. 6. 10. at) their seats. 4. Meredith sits (into. onto) the couch. onto) ruins of an old church. 18. The oven is (over. The stool is (by. Phi Phi Island is (off. out of) the hole. along. 20. on) the park when she fell and twisted her ankle. to. under. (See page 33 for the correct answers) 1. My older sister always leaves her clothes (at. in front of) the pack for most of the race crashed on the final lap. 3. The butter is (beneath. outside. Perry lives (above. 11.W orksheet 9 Prepositions of Position and Place Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. over. at. across) the street to the dentist office. 11 . to) the work bench. 5. 15. Wallace is (through. underneath. 16. between. The car (on top of. opposite. Ms. against) the policeman for support. One should never jump (onto. by. 19. to) the lake. in. My place of employment is (at. Mr. Many airline travelers prefer to store their carry-on luggage (in. The injured woman was leaning (into. by) moving train. at) the table in search of food. I live (from. next to) the politician when conducting the interview. on. outside) Tommy. 14. 23. under. alongside. around. at. ahead of) Mr. to. beside) the refrigerator. The cockroach climbed (onto. 8. The car that was (to. The ship sailed (at. The student was (amid. The mouse cautiously stuck his head (at. 9. Dr. in) the coast of Thailand. at) the milk in the refrigerator. by. 21. 25. Kelly was walking (out. 7. below. into. down) the counter. for) the Caribbean at dawn. Go (under. at) the old haunted house. 2. 17. Walters in the line at the bank. at) all his teachers at the school function. Phillips placed his tools (in. near. 13. among) me was honking to get my attention. behind. between. outside) the floor. behind. in back of. 22. The reporter was standing (amongst. 12. The dog jumped (against. Norman lives (on. 24.

on) the window. in) their seats. around) the corral when startled by the thunder. The plane took off (for. 17. 12. 7. into. above. above. 8. In order to avoid cheating. as) college graduates. some students always sit (on. Less important news items are generally placed (below. by. 25. in. 9. 3. in. 4. The train wrecked when it went (on. down) the block from my house. Sarah put the tooth (in. 21. at) Paris in the middle of a storm. Warren drove (between. on. underneath. In order to cheat. by) their mother‘s pouch until they are old enough to fend for themselves. Passenger can store their carry-on luggage (under. 20. on. There is a tennis court (at. in. In hotels. guests can put room service trays (on. There is no milk (on. under. at) his upper arm. (See page 34 for the correct answers) 1. into. 14. 11. off) the tracks. There are several piles of bones (in. There was a large bruise (on. in) the fold in a newspaper. I sometimes feel intimated (to. by. 16.W orksheet 10 Prepositions of Position and Place Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. into) the refrigerator. Important news items should always be placed (on. inside. Baby kangaroos live (on. up. near. next to) dumber classmates. out. 6. 12 . some smart students do not sit (in. on. up. 15. 23. inside) the man‘s left eye. The coffee table (by. 2. She threw the dirty water (at. into) the entire city. on. Mr. among. along) the lamp. Peter and I walked (next to. 18. 24. The horse galloped (with. Smoke from the fire was (over. I put the telephone (on. at. in) their seats. outside) their room after they complete their meal. I keep a picture of my family (on. 19. off) the cave. 13. under) her pillow in anticipation of the tooth fairy‘s visit. 22. under. The man had a tattoo of an anchor (by. 5. at. next to) a smart classmate. with) my desk. onto. at) each other on the trail. 10. at) the couch is broken. against) the crest of the hill in his four wheel drive vehicle. Students can place their books on the small shelf (by. next to) the fold in a newspaper.

on. off. The committee members all had glasses of water (under. between. by. The chef took the pie (in. out of) the pool to cool off after mowing the lawn. 13 . 25. 17. 7. I keep my CPU (in. on top of) the old man‘s head was worn and dirty. The students copied the letters of the alphabet (in. at. 4. to) the apple trees. onto) colored paper. (amid. to. 20. in front of. on. under. onto) the skyscrapers of New York City the out-Of Towner felt lost. at) a gas pump. The box of dishes was (on. around. next to. in. off) the office there is a park. A sign in the garden warned people to keep (in. at) them on the conference table. between) Lincoln Street. 24. off) the grass. There was a lone rose bush growing (at. at. near. under. 12. at. The city trash cans are (on. 22. in the back of) an airplane. before) indignity and indirect in the dictionary. Food will thaw if left (out of. in. 15. 14. 23. by) the track at very high speeds. across. The man jumped (into. It is best for safety reasons to sit (on. (inside. on) the main house and the fields. on. The word indigo is (after. 9. One should never light a match (to. (See page 34 for the correct answers) 1. off) the alley. at) the middle shelve of the entertainment center. 5. The Great Wall is (near. at) China. The hat (in. Mr. onto. by. 10. from) her father down the aisle. 2. 16. The Great Barrier Reef is (on. 13. 8. down) the ladder in an organization. on. into) a freezer for very long. The barn is (at. in. out of) the oven when it was done. 11. under) my desk. The bride walked (alongside. 3. 18. My father has a rental property (in. 19. One has to work extra hard if they wish to move (against.W orksheet 11 Prepositions of Position and Place Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. 21. The DVD player is (in. up. against) the dish washer. Billings is (on. 6. race cars travel (into. into) the front door. between. At the Indianapolis 500. off) th e coast of Australia.

between. The frog hopped (by. 24. If you want a good night‘s sleep. City Hall is (at. 10. on. behind) the South Korean in the race. There is a lot of dust (in. Vultures were circling (under. 12. The sailboat was anchored (alongside. onto) the rock to bask in the sun. The football stadium is (next to. under. in) Tremont Avenue.W orksheet 12 Prepositions of Position and Place Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. into. In some societies husbands always walk (ahead of. 13. The Peterson‘s live (in. The horses trotted (at. to) the bananas are red. If you can‘t go over the mountain. on. on) my desk. go (through. among. My supervisor dumped the details of the project (between. 11. 9. off. 14. 17. of. We sit (on. The homeless man hurried (down. on) 1845 N. in. 20. never stay in a hotel (on. A hose used for suctioning should always be placed (onto. 16. into. The apples (by. down) each other in science class. 22. on) someone tall in a theater because they block my view. off) the Capital Building. 25. to) a school of sharks. off. The taxi headed (on. along) the fence looking for an opening. 18. across from. at) an open flame. 8. (See page 34 for the correct answers) 1. between. 21. from. I never like sitting (in front of. out of) their wives. 2. People that live (across from. above. by) the downtown area from the airport. 15. One should never store flammable material (near. up) the wall. at. across) the front lawn to get the newspaper. 5. behind. next to. among) the book case in the living room. at) the liquid being transferred. onto. 23. The spider crawled slowly (between. The Cuban runner is (to. First Street. at) the carrion. Please note that the map of the facilities is (in. into. The divers were (into. for. across from. on. behind) the conference schedule in your information packets. from) an airport. into. into) airports don‘t sleep well at n ight. 3. 14 . into) the yacht in the harbor. 7. 6. 19. John had to walk (into. on) the road after talking to the policeman. 4. on top of. around) it.

through. from. out of) the plains. My father is (at. 10. across. from. inside) several clerks before she got an answer o her question. The drunk driver had an accident after driving (on. in) the desert you will find fertile grassland. The woman went (amid. in) a tunnel. through. against) the baseball field. 15 . 13. over. though) three revisions so far. 11. through) the park to get to the hospital. Los Angeles is south (of. from. My father always honks the horn when going (through. (See page 35 for the correct answers) 1. Many people (from. 12. The deer ran (on. at) San Francisco. 8. onto. between. toward. between) Arkansas. 2. in. 23. to. 22. at. under. onto. on top of) the eye of the storm. toward. My house is north (by. 5. (at. at) the grove of trees.W orksheet 13 Prepositions of Movement or Direction Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. to) the colder states travel to the southwestern for the winter. from) Europe. 19. 9. My desk is in the corner (of. beyond) the city limits on my bike. As a child I never went (against. 17. 3. toward) the mountain. 18. 25. The man was stopped by hotel security after he went (below. 24. to. through) the kitchen to get to the pantry. at) those doors. 16. The plane is flying (on. Many people that retire in Thailand are (by. through) the reception area. of) the lake. The book that I am writing has been (onto. I walked (toward. Teachers have to go (through. The restaurant is (through. 14. at. 7. in) hundreds of the student‘s reports every semester. from) the stop sign. on top of. 21. 20. She had to go (off. out of) the station to Seoul every 25 minutes. beneath. 15. to) the office. You have to walk (amid. beyond. 6. The plane flew (out. through. To get to the casino floor you have to walk (on. out) the doors marked ”hotel personnel only‘. by. opposite. I drove (from. 4. at) Phoenix to San Diego in seven hours. through. The mountains are (beyond. A bus leaves (from.

and Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. along. The couple was (in back of. quantities. by) the statues in the park. Some movie stars think that working in TV is (beneath. 10. 9. 5. (besides. My mother is (in. in. 21. 22. for. after) the last chapter. in. She was so (out of. The dog chased (after. by) practice that she lost the tenn is match. in. instead of. from) the cat in the back yard. about) 70. thought I never should have moved to Spain. in. 8. like) legalizing drugs. ahead of. He is a member (of.000. between) the letter P in the English alphabet. I went to the movies (with. at) my girlfriend. at) the cruise ship just before it sailed. for. 23. by) botany was poorly written. Hamilton. (along with. 6. on) allergies. because) my mother. 13. on. 11. 24. for) the head of the company. I studied (under. The man‘s attitude (toward. like) them. We looked (in. to) the community orchestra. accord. 2. The women got (in. as. My new car cost (at. aboard. 16 . except) Thai. I‘ve read the entire book (but. 15. like) Mexican food. against. 12. at. by. (See page 35 for the correct answers) 1. Mr. after. states. 25. 3. The book (on. 14. (to. construction of the stadium was delayed because of financial difficulties. under. Most people are (concerning. 18. on) daily practice. I am a violin player (at. to) the fire department. behind) in their mortgage payments because of unexpected medical expenses. concerning) the papers. without. to) $25. Elliot is suffering (from. 20. My father. 4. 16. 17. The letter Q comes (before. to) the renowned professor Dr. he needs to set an example for his employees. 19. She learned to play the violin (through. at. 7. on) daily practice. purposes. at. in. She learned to play the violin (through.W orksheet 14 Prepositions of manner. means. I also dislike Korean food. at. I like all kinds of food (through. around. in. (according to. from) his mother-in-law is not well received by his wife.

at. 9. The renowned economics professor is always (in. He had studied for the Bar Exam (over. The teacher was (out of. I read a book last week (with. So as not to be rude. in. Sarah bought a gallon (of. (despite. 2. in. The percentage of the population that does not have health insurance is (by. For clarification. 14. in. like) eating pickles and ice cream. She ate the dessert (with. My new car costs (over. 10. at. 4. She is (through. 16. for) the protection of the teachers of a school. on. 23. The pain ting was the property (at. as) politics. to. I can decide (about. purposes means. at) the proposal. quantities. along) politics. see the (above. 20. The table was made (out of. by. by) milk. on) maple. Books about Sherlock Holmes are classified (under. 22. states. (See page 35 for the correct answers) 1.W orksheet 15 Prepositions of manner. with) fiction in a library. 25. 5. I ate the spaghetti. at) her temper. 11. Students are (under. The flowers smell (for. 7. 18. 13. about. from) 20% to 25%. from) weight. for) now. with) patience with the troublesome child. 8. in. like. concerning. over) studying for the day. for. 12. for. by. at) charts. of) the museum. 3. by. Kevin has never wanted to get married (up to. beyond) my dislike of it. 24. 21. 17 .000. 17. I dislike everything (concerning. between) the Porsche or the Ferrari. Sand and gravel are sold (by. and Select the correct preposition in each of the sentences below. to) the summer. from) gusto. to. by) the neighbor for our lost dog. out of. like) roses. as. The senator voted (for. Harold loved his wife (notwithstanding. at) $45. in . in. in. with) complete disarray after the earthquake. 6. The office was (in. on) a suit and bowtie. We looked (around. 19. as. My pregnant wife often felt (to. 15. opposite. in.

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