600 Prepositional Phrase List with Example Sentences Part 01 l ELP

Here is Prepositional Phrase List with Example Sentences Part 01!
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📗Out of struggle:
Success grows out of struggle.
📗Out of debt:
Ahmad is now out of debt.
📗Out of work:
Ali is out of work these days.
📗Out of trouble:
A hasty man is never out of trouble.
📗Out of the question:
His resignation is out of the question.
📗Out of the ordinary:
Her new house is certainly out of the ordinary.
📗Out of the kitchen:
She ordered her son to get out of the kitchen.
📗Out of stock:
I’m afraid we’re temporarily out of stock.
📗Out of spite:
He harmed her out of spite.
📗Out of sight:
The plane is out of sight now.
📗Out of school:
Never tell tales out of school.
📗Out of respect for:
Out of respect for Madina, we planned to visit Saudi Arabia.
📗Out of reach:
We should keep medicine out of the reach of children.
📗Out of print:
Famous books are never out of print.
📗Out of practice:
The players are out of practice this month.
📗Out of place:
I felt out of place among foreigners.
📗Out of pity:
I gave a beggar Rs.1000 out of pity.
📗Out of order:
This telephone is out of order.
📗Out of one’s mind:
It was out of my mind to call you.
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📗Out of love:
He hugged his mother out of love.
📗Out of jealousy:
He accused an innocent man of a crime out of jealousy.
📗Out of control:
The fire is burning out of control.
📗Out of hand:
Unemployment is getting out of hand.
📗Out of fashion:
Their music will never go out of fashion.
📗Out of danger:
The patient is out of danger now.
📗Out of breath:
I was out of breath when I ran for a mile.
📗Out of step:
The party is clearly out of step with voters.
📗Out of ideas:
Our boss has run out of ideas.
📗Out of hatred:
Terrorism comes out of hatred, and also short-sightedness.
📗Out of doors:
Take your coat out of doors and shake it out.
📗Out of date:
A passport that is out of date is invalid.
📗Out of curiosity:
He did it simply out of curiosity.
📗Out of context:
What I said has been taken completely out of context by the media.
📗For want of:
People are dying for want of medical treatment.
📗For the time being:
We shall put it aside for the time being.
📗For the sake of:
I want to sacrifice myself for the sake of my country.
📗For the rest of:
After retirement, he remained inactive for the rest of his life.
📗For the moment:
For the moment, everything is fine.
📗For the good of:
She did it for the good of the community.
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📗For the benefit (of):
I’m doing this job for the benefit of my kids.
📗For sure:
One thing is for sure – once the baby is born, your lives will never be the same again.
📗For short:
Don’t use the car for short journeys.
📗For sale:
She has put her house up for sale.
📗For safekeeping:
He gave me his watch for safekeeping while he went for a swim.
📗For real:
After two trial runs we did it for real.
📗For once:
I hope just for once he will win.
📗For nothing:
We went all that way for nothing.
📗For lunch:
We have to go to Lahore for lunch.
📗For luck:
She crossed her fingers for luck.
📗For love:
He say he will die for his love.
📗For life:
I believe marriage is for life.
📗For lack of:
For lack of anything better to do, we went to the park.
📗For instance:
You cannot rely on her; for instance, she arrived an hour late for an important meeting yesterday.
📗For hire:
They have boats for hire.
📗For granted:
Don’t take our efforts for granted.
📗For good:
He left his village for good.
📗For fun:
We are doing it for fun.
📗For fear of:
I didn’t want to move for fear of waking her up.
📗For example:
You can use any two colors — for example, red and yellow.
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📗For ever:
Ten days from now, our future is likely to change for ever.
📗For dinner:
Where will we go for dinner?
📗For certain:
Nobody knows for certain what it is.
📗For breakfast:
What do you have for breakfast?
📗For ages:
I haven’t seen you for ages.
📗For a while:
Please sit down for a while.
📗For a walk:
Let’s go for a walk.
📗For a visit:
You need a lot of dollars for a visit to America.
📗For a reason:
He did not do it for a reason.
📗For a moment:
I talked to him for a moment.
📗For the holiday:
He was thankful for the holiday.
📗For a good reason:
They have a very good reason for manufacturing this product.
📗For a good cause:
It was a noble death for a good cause
📗For a change:
We require your services for a change.
📗With a view of:
We’d like a room with a view of the sea.
📗With the result that:
The farm was flooded, with the result that most of the harvest was lost.
📗With the purpose of:
He returned to his homeland with the purpose of serving his own people.
📗With the intention of:
He went to Pakistan with the intention of killing his neighbor.
📗With the help of:
With the help of cold water he was soon brought round.
📗With the exception of:
I enjoyed all his novels with the exception of his last.
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📗With the compliments of:
He was not happy with the compliments of his friends.
📗With the aid of:
The old man hobbled along with the aid of his stick.
📗With respect to:
With respect to your proposal, we are sorry to say that we cannot agree to it.
📗With regret:
Do not waste time with regret.
📗With regard to:
I am writing with regard to your recent order.
📗With reference to:
I am writing with reference to your job application.
📗With attention:
He listened to me with attention.
📗With an eye to:
Save your money now with an eye to the future.
📗With abandon:
She danced with abandon.
📗With a will:
The soldiers laid on with a will.
📗With a view to:
We bought the house with a view to retiring there.
📗With respect:
I asked for her hand with respect.
📗At worst:
At worst, the drug can be fatal.
📗At work:
Ali is at work now.
📗At will:
You are free to leave the house at will.
📗At war with:
Don’t be at war with the government of your country.
📗At war:
the two countries are still at war.
📗At university:
I’m at university right now.
📗At this point in time:
I can’t answer your question at this point in time.
📗At this juncture:
We are confident at this juncture that everything will work out.

📗At the wheel:
I’m so excited to finally be at the wheel of my own car!
📗At the thought of:
She felt envious at the thought of his success.
📗At the top of:
Most frogs live at the top of mountainous ranges.
📗At the time of:
It was raining at the time of the accident.
📗At the table:
They were at table when I entered.
📗At the same time:
All speak at the same time.
📗At the risk of:
He saved my life at the risk of losing his own.
📗At the ready:
Ali had his pencil and pad at the ready.
📗At the peak of:
She is at the peak of her career.
📗At the moment:
Are You busy at the moment?
📗At the mercy of:
We left our patient at the mercy of a doctor.
📗At the latest:
She should be back by ten o’clock at the latest.
📗At the height of:
He was at the height of his fame when he died.
📗At the hands of:
He has suffered injuries at the hands of his enemies.
📗At the foot of:
There is a green field at the foot of that hill.
📗At the expense of
She acquired power at the expense of friendships.
📗At the end:
At the end of the game, our team won.
📗At the drop of a hat:
He can come at the drop of a hat.
📗At the door:
I think there’s somebody at the door.
📗At the bottom of:
He is at the bottom of the class.

📗At the beginning of:
At the beginning of a ceremonial parade,he gives the order to march on.
📗At the age of:
He completed his MA at the age of 28.
📗At the corner:
The shop at the corner of the street sells helmets.
📗At that:
He is good at that language.
📗At times:
At times I can’t sleep well.
📗At stake:
His honour is at stake.
📗At short notice:
Can you be ready at short notice?
📗At sea:
When the teacher asked him a question about the subject, he was at sea.
📗At school:
Mr. Subhan is not at school today.
📗At risk:
Your health is at risk if you smoke.

📗At rest:
The poor man is now at rest.
📗At random:
The winning entry will be selected at random by computer.
📗At present:
I pushed the problem aside, at present it was insoluble.
📗At play:
There is a broader issue at play here than groceries and traffic.
📗At peace:
The two countries were at peace.
📗At pains:
They were at pains to distance themselves from the scandal.
📗At one’s side:
He is at my side in this matter.
📗At one’s request:
I accept his offer at his request.
📗At one’s leisure:
He is at his leasure these days.
📗At one’s disposal:
Do you have some time at your disposal?
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