Dependent Prepositions - Verbs 6
Fill in the gaps with the appropriate prepositions.
They live in a tiny New York City apartment, cluttered
her mother's narcissistic paintings.
If you have missed a tutorial, you must contact your Tutor to account
Alcohol is implicated
an enormous amount of crime, and the effects on victims can be devastating.
The defence lawyers claimed that the prisoners had been subjected
cruel and degrading treatment.
Almost half the country strongly disapproves
the president, making it hard for him to find new supporters.
Professor Williams writes comprehensively on new media arts and lectures
Modern and Contemporary Art.
It was the first novel set in Ethiopia that I had read that didn't wail
poverty and slums.
Supporters of the death penalty argue that it would deter criminals
Ann helped her sister up while still roaring
the boys, who didn't seem to notice the accident.
If your product doesn't appeal
a market, you may never recoup the cost of bringing your idea to life.
to cover or fill something with an untidy collection of things
to give an explanation of something
to show that something is the cause of something bad
to make sb. or sth. experience, suffer or be affected by something
to not approve of someone or something
to deliver an educational lecture or lectures
to cry or complain about something in a loud high voice
to make someone decide not to do something
to make a very loud, deep sound
to attract or interest somebody