Dependent prepositions Things in common

Dependent prepositions Things in common

Make statements about yourself or ask your partner questions to try and find things in common for as many of the sentences below as you can

Verbs

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us believe _____________________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us find it difficult to concentrate _____

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us would forgive_________________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us object ______________________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us often worry __________________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us rely _______________________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us try to prevent _________________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us usually apologise_____________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us have got used ______ recently/ yet

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us are looking forward ___________

Adjectives

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us are certain _________________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us are optimistic ________________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us are serious _________________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us are hopeless/ useless _________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us are often late _______________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us often get angry _____________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us are fed up _________________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us are allergic _________________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us are fond ___________________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us are afraid __________________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us are often irritated ____________

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us think our country is unlikely _____

 

We both/ We all/ Neither of us/ None of us are proud ____________

Ask about any sentences above that you couldn’t complete or couldn’t understand.

 

Write at least one preposition in each gap above that needs it. Note that some don’t need a preposition.

 

Find at least one sentence above that takes each of these prepositions:

about

at

by

for

in

of

on

to

with


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