Complete the sentences below with the prepositions:
about after against at before besides by for of from in on to up with.
(G) Come and sit ___ me
(H) There has bren an increase ____ 20% in this month's sales
(I) Heave your book are ___ you start the text
(J) Why don't you come ___? It's too cold outside
(K) Let's talk ____ that later
(L) I walked ___ the beach, sat and red for hours.
(M) ___ my daughter, I have no family
(N) ___ the stairs and take the bale
(O) ___ now on, you should arrive eaclier
(G) By/With are both correct, By meaning "next to" as in sit next to me and with giving the same meaning, by might be more informal.
(I) Before(?) Heave means lift a heavy thing with great effot, and it makes no sense for me to say "Lift your book are ___ you start the text" with any of the prepositions available. A book should not be something that requires great effort to lift so no sense in using Heave unless you want to put an unusual word to confuse students, this sentence wording is strange to say the least.
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