Grammar MCQ’s

Find the Prepositional Phrase in the Given Sentences l ELP

📗He is at odds with his wife.
(At odds with)
📗She worked for six hours at a stretch.
(At a stretch)
📗They can be ready to go at a moment’s notice.
(At a moment’s notice)
📗Ali was at a loss for words in the meeting.
(At a loss for words)

Punctuation Exercises Online l Online Punctuation Exercises

A) I am asking if you would like to rollerblade together tomorrow?
B) I am asking “if you would like to rollerblade together tomorrow”?
C) I am asking if you would like to rollerblade together tomorrow. ✔️
D) I am asking “if you would like to rollerblade together tomorrow.”

Find the Prepositional Phrases in the Following Sentences l ELP

🍎Her new house is certainly out of the ordinary.
(out of the ordinary)
🍎Out of respect for Madina, we planned to visit Saudi Arabia.
(out of respect for)
🍎She did it for the good of the community.
(for the good of)
🍎The farm was flooded, with the result that most of the harvest was lost.
(with the result that)
🍎I am writing with reference to your job application.
(with reference to)

Verb Preposition OR Prepositional Verbs l ELP

📗Do you know what is Verb Preposition OR Prepositional Verbs?
📗Do you know what is the difference between Prepositional Verbs and Phrasal Verbs?
📗Can you give so many examples to differentiate between Prepositional Verbs and Phrasal Verbs?
📗Do you know what is the third name for Verb Preposition, also known as Prepositional Verbs?
📗Do you know about the two tips that will help you to confidently claim whether a prepositional verb has been used or a phrasal verb?
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