VERBS WITH PREPOSITIONS



a. ‘about:

agree, care, complain to somebody, explain, hear, know, learn, protest, remind, speak,
talk, think, write.

 

b. ‘at:

arrive, glance, grin, laugh, look, point, protest, shoot, shout, smile, stare, work

 

c. ‘for’:

apologise, apply, ask, campaign, care, hope, leave, pay, qualify, search, wait


d. ‘from’:

die, hear, hide, suffer


e. ‘in’:

arrive, believe, result, take part in


f. ‘into’:

crash, drive, run, translate


g. ‘of’:

approve, complain to somebody, consist, die, dream, hear, know, remind, speak, talk,
think


h. ‘on’:

agree, concentrate, congratulate, count, depend, insist, plan, rely, spend


g. ‘to’:

apologise, appeal, belong, complain, explain, get married, happen, lead, listen, refer,
relate, say, speak, talk, write


i. ‘with’:

agree, argue, disagree, suffer, sympathize


NO PREPOSITION (common mistakes):

ask (someone), marry (someone), tell (someone)


These are the verbs listed above verbs can have more than one preposition:

apologise for/to, arrive at/ in, agree about/on/with, appeal to/for, care about/for, complain to somebody about/of, conform to/with, hear of/about/from, protest about/at, remind about/of, result from/in, speak about/of, suffer from/with, talk, about/to, think about/of/in.

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