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Adjectives and commonly used prepositions

Choose the correct word to fill the gap in the sentence. Click on the arrow to see if you have answered correctly.

Exercise # 1

eligible, aware, sensitive, experienced, adequate, responsible, commensurate, incompatible, worthy, liable, adept, typical, capable, applicable, qualified, involved, lacking, expert.


  • Kate is well of the problems caused by the new road - it runs right past her flat.


  • Charles is very at / in computer programming.


  • Magda is directly for the efficient running of the school.


  • The salary will be with age, experience and qualifications.


  • Joanna is of doing anything after she's had a drink or two!


  • Any new music system that is with existing ones has little chance of success.


  • There has been so little rain, the forest is to go up in flames at any moment.


  • Chloe is very  at / in making people feel at their ease.


  • She's totally in charm of any sort.


  • Agnes has been with martial arts for many years.


  • The new regulations are  to companies employing more that three people.


  • What makes you think that you are for this job?


  • This sort of hot and spicy food is of the food in the south of the country.


  • It's not a great salary, but it's  for my needs.


  • Are you for maternity leave?


  • Simon is an in / on Viking settlements in Wales.


  • Several of the exercises are of publication.


  • The headmaster said he hoped teachers would be to the needs of their students


  • Magnus is an at finding bargain antiques


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