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Showing posts with label Preposition. Show all posts
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Friday, 17 September 2010

Preposition: Notes to Note: One


accuse of :
He was accused of robbing the bank. (not for)
afraid of :
My mother is afraid of cats.
angry at, angry with:
We are angry with a person; angry at something the person does or says.
My father was angry with my prodigal brother.
My father was angry at my refusal.
approve of :
The Principal approved of the student’s plan to conduct a survey.
arrive at :
I usually arrive at the school at 8.45.a.m
After a protracted discussion, they arrived at an amicable solution.
cure of , cure for: