Recruitment Examination Preparation: Fill in the blanks with appropriate preposition
January 3, 2011 1 Comment
Here, I am going to share you some more fill in the blanks related to appropriate prepositions. I have faced several recruitment examination and found 2 to 4 marks is coming from fill in the blanks. Also, when I saw the University admission questions and answers I also got several questions are coming from them. So, this section is helpful for the University admission preparation, Bank Job recruitment preparation, Government job Written Exam preparation and obviously for the Students also.
There is hardly any cause of anxiety.
I did not know that he was on the committee.
How can you bear with such an insult?
I fully agree with you.
I am annoyed at your conduct.
The ship is bound for Singapore.
I prefer tea to coffee.
He can stand to such meanness.
His views do not accord with mine.
Have you taken off your clothes?
Putt off your shoes.
Can I talk to you?
Apu is good at mathematics.
She is dull at science.
May I come in sir?
Please call on me on Sunday.
Call in a doctor.
I called up his name.
Public servants should be answerable to the general people.
I would like to congratulate you.
Don’t insist on an answer.
She insists upon me.
I am indebted to my father.
We are proud of you.
He comes of a noble family.
He was born of humble parents.
He abstains from liquor.
He did not profit by experience.
He is dependent on his parents.
Make up your mind first.
I made up my mind.