Dependent prepositions SNAP/ Pelmanism

Face to Face Advanced Units 1A and 1B

 

______ of fashion

 

 

______ of touch

 

______ of control

 

______ of necessity

 

 

______ of habit

 

______ of your depth

 

Go ______ and see friends

Trying ______ some of Carnegie’s suggestions

 

 

______ a regular basis

 

_____ the same wavelength

 

 

_______ purpose

 

_____ good terms

 

_______ average

Someone who you could unload everything ____ to

 

 

_____ a day to day basis

Unburden all my worries ____ my family

 

 

He’s focusing _____ my hair

______ the way to a meeting

Running low _____ face cream

 

 

As I hurried ____ my way

He goes _____ about how powerful a smile is

 

______ the increase

 

 

Witter ______

Walk around with a scowl ____ their face

 

Keep ______ touch

 

 

Keep ____ contact

 

______ the long run

 

_____ phases

 

 

Confide _____ my friends

 

Meet _____ a café

My mum would get _____ a flap

 

Genuinely interested _____ people

 

Butt _____

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PDF version for easy printing: Dependent prepositions SNAP

One Response to Dependent prepositions SNAP/ Pelmanism

  1. paulwalsh says:

    Thanks Alex for the dependent prepositions resources – just what I need!

    paul

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