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

    preposition

    15.7 Appropriate preposition (cont'd...)

    To (cont'd...)

    Beneficial to health.
    Blind to consequence.
    Callous to his suffering.
    Certify to his honesty.
    Claim to the money.
    Beneficial to health.
    Blind to consequence.
    Callous to his suffering.
    Certify to his honesty.
    Claim to the money.
    Cling to my house.
    Clue to my mystery.
    Commend to someone’s notice.
    Commit to memory.
    Common to all men.
    Complain to a person against another of thing.
    Condemn to death for murder.
    Conducive to health.
    Conduce to health.
    Confess to a sin.
    Confine in a room to bed by gout.
    Congenial to his health.
    Consecrate to a noble purpose.
    Contribute to his fund.
    Contrary to order.
    Convenient to you.
    Converted to Christianity / into sorrow.
    Credit the amount to me.

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