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Idiomatic expressions
The given is a comprehensive list of preposition-verb combinations (which are sometimes ‘branded’ as idioms in most test prep books). Studying them will surely help you to improve your accuracy in the Sentence Correction questions in


  • Abound in/with
  • Abstain from
  • Account for
  • Account for
  • Accuse (someone) of ([doing] something)
  • Accuse of
  • Accuse someone of
  • Accuse someone of (doing) something
  • Accustom someone to
  • Acquaint someone with
  • Acquaint someone with something
  • Act for someone
  • Act on
  • Adapt to
  • Add (something) to (something else)
  • Adhere to
  • Admire (someone) for ([doing] something)
  • Agree on (topic)
  • Agree on something
  • Agree with (someone)
  • Agree with some one
  • Agree with someone
  • Aid to
  • Allude to
  • Alternate between
  • Alternate with
  • Amount to
  • Amount to
  • Apologize for
  • Apologize for something
  • Apologize to (someone) for ([doing] something)
  • Apologize to someone
  • Appeal for
  • Appeal to
  • Appeal to someone
  • Apply oneself to (doing) something
  • Apply to
  • Apply to (a place) for (something)
  • Apply to something
  • Approve of
  • Approve of (something)
  • Argue about something
  • Argue with
  • Argue with (someone) about (topic)
  • Arrive at (a building, room, site, event)
  • Arrive at/in
  • Arrive in (a city, country)
  • Ascent to
  • Ask (someone) about (someone/topic)
  • Ask (someone) for (something)
  • Ask for
  • Ask for something
  • Aspire to
  • Associate something with (doing) someone
  • Associate with
  • Atone for
  • Attend to
  • Attend to (doing) something
  • Attribute something to someone

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