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  • Chapter 15. Preposition (Cont'd...)

    preposition

    15.7 Appropriate preposition (cont'd...)

    In (cont'd...)

    Lacking in courtesy.
    Lost in crowd.
    Neglect in study.
    Preserve in attempts.
    Persist in obstinacy.
    (Take) pride in his achievement.
    Response something in person.
    Truthful in his word.
    Wanting in courtesy.
    Included in the list.
    Meddle in my affair.
    Plunge in thought into water.
    Polite in manners to stranger.
    Poor in spirit.
    Proficiency in/at music.

    Of

    Abhorrence of gambling (hatred for).
    Absolve one from (blame) of (sin).
    Accused of theft.
    Acquit one of the charge.
    Admit of no excuse.
    (Take) advantage of my absence.
    (Gain) advantage over someone.

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