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Quiznet Questions ending with prepositions

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Quiz topic: Questions ending with prepositions 1. Who are you waiting ________? a) about b) at c) to d) for 2. A: Have you heard John's getting married again?! B: Really? Who ______? a) about b) to c) at d) for 3. A: I had a terrible nightmare last night. B: Oh no, what _______? a) to b) about c) at d) with 4. She's always on the phone - Who's she talking ________? a) to b) at c) for d) about 5. A: I can't wait - I'm going on holiday next week. B: Where ________? a) for b) to c) at d) about 6. What a waste of money! What did you buy that _______? a) for b) to c) at d) about

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ANSWERS Quiz topic: Questions ending with prepositions 1. Who are you waiting ________? a) about b) at c) to d) for a) If you arrange to meet someone and you are early, you might have to wait _______ the other person. Which preposition goes with the verb 'to wait'? b) If you arrange to meet someone and you are early, you might have to wait _______ the other person. Which preposition goes with the verb 'to wait'? c) If you arrange to meet someone and you are early, you might have to wait _______ the other person. Which preposition goes with the verb 'to wait'? d) If you arrange to meet someone and you are early, you might have to wait for the other person. You can therefore make the question: 'Who are you waiting for?' 2. A: Have you heard John's getting married again! B: Really? Who ______? a) about b) to c) at d) for a) You can say 'to marry someone' or 'to get married _____ someone'. Which preposition goes with the verb 'to get married'? b) We say 'get married to someone' therefore you can make the longer question: 'Who's he getting married to?' or the shorter question 'Who to?' c) You can say 'to marry someone' or 'to get married _____ someone'. Which preposition goes with the verb 'to get married'? d) You can say 'to marry someone' or 'to get married _____ someone'. Which preposition goes with the verb 'to get married'? 3. A: I had a terrible nightmare last night. B: Oh no, what _______? a) to b) about c) at d) with a) You can dream or have a nightmare (a bad dream) ________ something. Which preposition goes with the verb 'to dream'? b) You can dream or have a nightmare (a bad dream) about something. You can therefore make the longer question: 'What did you dream about?' or the shorter question 'What about?' c) You can dream or have a nightmare (a bad dream) ________ something. Which preposition goes with the verb 'to dream'? d) You can dream or have a nightmare (a bad dream) ________ something. Which preposition goes with the verb 'to dream'?

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4. She's always on the phone - who's she talking ________? a) to b) at c) for d) about a) We usually say 'talk to' someone, therefore you can make the question: 'Who's she talking to?' b) You can also say 'talk with someone' but we usually use a different preposition – but which one? c) You can also say 'talk with someone' but we usually use a different preposition – but which one? d) You can also say 'talk with someone' but we usually use a different preposition – but which one? 5. A: I can't wait - I'm going on holiday next week. B: Where ________? a) for b) to c) at d) about a) Which preposition goes with this question? 'Where are you going _______?' b) You could ask the longer question: 'Where are you going to?' or the short question 'Where to?' which sounds more natural. c) Which preposition goes with this question? 'Where are you going _______?' d) Which preposition goes with this question? 'Where are you going _______?' 6. What a waste of money! What did you buy that _______? a) for b) to c) at d) about a) If you want to ask 'why?' you can also say 'What for?' E.g. 'Why did you do that?' can also be expressed as: 'What did you do that for?' b) You can ask a 'why?' question by using 'what + preposition'. Which preposition do we use to make this question? E.g. 'Why are you studying English?' = 'What are you studying English _____?' c) You can ask a 'why?' question by using 'what + preposition'. Which preposition do we use to make this question? E.g. 'Why are you studying English?' = 'What are you studying English _____?' d) You can ask a 'why?' question by using 'what + preposition'. Which preposition do we use to make this question? E.g. 'Why are you studying English?' = 'What are you studying English _____?' Try the quiz online: http://www.bbc.co.uk/apps/ifl/worldservice/quiznet/quizengine?ContentType=text/html; quiz=125_questions_prepos

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