What is a verb & preposition combination?
- The GRAMMATICAL PATTERN of each verb & preposition combination.
- A SPECIAL SECTION focusing on the meaning of prepositions.
- A SPECIAL SECTION featuring combinations of prepositions with the verb MADE.
- The USAGE of each combination showing how it is used in everyday English.
- EXAMPLE sentences to see how the idiom is used in context.
- 19 QUIZZES to help you study and remember the verbs and prepositions.
English prepositions are often used together with verbs as set phrases. For example The verb listen generally takes the preposition to, as in “I like to listen to jazz.” Other examples include: apologize for , belong to, care for, devote to, elaborate on, fell like, graduate from, help with, invest in, know about, look at, matter to, object to, participate in, recover from, succeed in, think of, vouch for, and write about. This book includes 225 of these combinations. Why learn verb & preposition combination?
Getting the preposition right is essential for making your ideas understood in English. There is a differences between hear about and hear from. Knowing these differences, and knowing which preposition to use with which verb will help you sound more natural in English. This can help you in both everyday life and in the workplace. Of course theses preparing for the TOEFL and TOEIC exams will certainly need to know these combinations.
Über den Autor
My name is Michael DiGiacomo, and I am a native New Yorker. I have been helping language students learn English since the early 1990's. I began my formal language-teaching career in Sendai, Japan in 1994. Since then, I have worked in the ESL field as an instructor, a teacher trainer, an academic director, and a language school director. In 2004, I earned an MBA in Global Management. Now, I am the owner of Happy English, an English tutoring company in New York City. I teach students from all over the world here in New York, and online in their country.
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