In the last post, we talked about some common mistakes with prepositions. Have you made any of them? Today we will continue to look at more of these mistakes with prepositions!
1. discussion about something
We had a long discussion about politics.
2. discuss something
We’d better discuss your travel plan.
3. impressed with/by
I’m very impressed with/by your work.
4. interest/interested in
When did your interest in music begin?
5. interested to do/in doing something
I’m interested to see that they are selling books again.
6. kind to
The preposition after “kind” is “to” instead of “with”.
They have always been kind to me.
When “lack” is used as a verb, there is no preposition behind.
She just lacks a little confidence.
8. be lacking in
Your store is in lack of staff.