Choose the best answer.
Why did you quarrel _____ your friends _____ such a small matter?
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I disagree _____ you.
He disapproves _____ mothers going out to work.
I definitely prefer traveling by air _____ traveling by train.
There is no way we can prevent people _____ talking _____ this matter.
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Did you finally succeed _____ convincing them they were wrong?
The teacher suspected the student _____ cheating on the test.
You really shouldn’t boast _____ your success _____ other people.
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I don’t know why you insist _____ blaming me _____ all my troubles.
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You shouldn’t rely _____ getting assistance from Frank.
Mr. Green always worries _____ losing his position.
Our boss objects _____ using any different method.
My father doesn’t approve _____ studying late at night.
Forgive me _____ using these pompous words.
Why are you laughing _____ me?
I don’t want to argue _____ you _____ that matter at this time.
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Terry always depends _____ his brother for assistance.
Mary reminded her boss _____ his appointment the next day.
I am translating this book _____ English _____ Turkish.
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All of the members objected _____ the chairman’s suggestion.
Aren’t you going to introduce me _____ your friend?
We suspected him _____ stealing the tape recorder.
A : What are you looking _____?
B : My pen.
I thought the nurse was looking _____ you.
Police are looking _____ the disappearance of a quantity of uncut gems.
I look _____ him as a friend.
She had been looking forward _____ leaving the hospital wards for a holiday in Turkey.
Look _____ this word in the dictionary.
A man in prison longs _____ freedom.
The canteen provides the workers _____ meals.
The canteen provides meals _____ the workers.
A queue of people were waiting _____ the last bus.
They wait _____ you very well in this restaurant.
He is thinking _____ retiring _____ his post several years before the normal age.
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The child spends almost all his money _____ chocolate.
People are always mistaking him _____ his twin brother.
Mr. Taylor was operated _____ for a constriction of the intestine.
He had the keys of the city presented _____ him.
In Britain milk is supplied _____ each house in bottles.
The government supplies them _____ the basic necessities.
I entirely agree _____ you; that road is very dangerous.
Will you just run _____ the facts again?
Drug abuse brought _____ his death.
He gets _____ 40 cigarettes a day.
He agreed _____ all the proposal we made.
He aimed his gun _____ a policeman, and fired.
People are always accusing me _____ being forgetful.
The condemned man appealed _____ the court for mercy.
Could you run _____ 10 copies of this hand-out, please?
He has applied _____ the banker _____ a loan.
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