Table of Contents
Week 1 | English Grammar
Week 2 | English Grammar
Week 3 | English Grammar
Week 4| English Grammar
Week 5| English Grammar
Week 6| English Grammar
Week 7| English Grammar
Week 8| English Grammar
Week 9| English Grammar
Week 10| English Grammar
Week 11| English Grammar
Week 12| English Grammar
Week 13| English Grammar
Verb + preposition
Verb + of:
Verb + to:
Verb + about:
Verb + for:
Verb + with:
Verb + on:
Verb + in:
- I’m looking at the garden.
- She’s looking at the newspaper.
- Look at the state of your room
- They’re looking for their ball. (look for = trying to find)
- Help me look for Dad’s briefcase.
- Look after your brother.
We say depend on… e.g I can always depend on my mum
We can also say depends what/where/how/who etc
- It depends what I’m doing on Friday night.
- It depends where we’re going.
- It depends how we’re getting there.
- It depends who’s coming.
Verb + preposition Exercises
1. Fill in the missing gaps with either of/to/about/for/with/on/in/at
• She’s looking her watch.
• My teacher to write a black pen.
• They’ve been watching 2 hours.
• Tom is listening music.
• I believe God.
• My sister is a doctor. She can’t wait to operate someone.
• My sister always complains not having enough money.
• Samantha is waiting her dad to pick up.
• Jane is not talking Ian.
• My dad works Sundays.
• Emily no longer wants to participate the competition.
• I am angry my sister.
• My parents enjoy looking art.
• I worry my brother.
• Josh is looking his car keys.
• She needs to think a theme for her party.
2. Use the verb + preposition to create your own sentences
• (ask for)
• (belong to)
• (speak about)
• (think of)
• (waiting for)
• (listening to)
3. Answer the following questions with ‘it depends…’
• Do you want to come shopping with us?
• Do you like eating at fast food places?
• Do you like going on holiday?
• Do you want to do something on Saturday night?
• Can I borrow some money?
• Can I ask you for a favour?
4. Choose an verb to go before the following prepositions. Then use the adjective + preposition to create your own sentence