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It is not always easy to know which preposition to use after a particular noun, verb or adjective. This exercise is about some of the most common combinations which cause difficulty to students of English. Note that alternatives are sometimes possible and that American and British usage sometimes differ.

Choose the appropriate preposition to complete the sentence. Each question has only one correct answer. When you are finished click on the "Next Question" button.

Question: She accused me ------ poisoning her dog.

If you didn't do so well, or you would like to study about prepositions before doing this exercise go to the Prepositions study page.

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