To improve English level, apart from a rich variety of vocabularies and sentence structures, the use of preposition plays a vital role as well. Do you want to know how good is your English? Do you want to talk like a native speaker? Let’s try the following test to see if you would make those common mistakes while using preposition or not!
I am getting married Johnson this summer.
Answer: B, as ‘get marry’ needs to follow by ‘to’ as preposition and there is no ‘marry with’ in English.
I am waiting you in the library.
Answer: C, when the word ‘ wait’ is linking up with somebody/ something, it should be followed by ‘for’ as preposition.
It depends your choice. Do you prefer to go to the beach or stay at home?
Answer: A, when the word ‘depend’ is linking up with somebody/something, it should be followed by ‘on’ as preposition, instead of ‘in’ / ‘of’ .
He arrived Japan last Saturday.
Answer: C, when the word ‘arrive’ is connecting with a country / city, ‘in’ should be used. And if it is linking up with the airport / station / restaurant, usually ‘at’ should be added as preposition.
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