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There has been a sharp fall ______ house prices.
There has been a sharp fall in house prices.
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I’m not very good _______ maths.
I’m not very good at maths.
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I’m rather afraid _______ spiders.
I’m rather afraid of spiders.
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I’m not very keen _______ swimming.
I’m not very keen on swimming.
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I never beat him ______ tennis.
I never beat him at tennis.
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I’ve got something wrong _____ my foot.
I’ve got something wrong with my foot.
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I was wrong ______ him. He is in fact an excellent worker.
I was wrong about him. He is in fact an excellent worker.
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I’m always polite ______ strangers.
I’m always polite to strangers.
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I don’t like his taste ______ clothes.
I don’t like his taste in clothes.
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I look forward to receiving payment ______ full.
I look forward to receiving payment in full.
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I am not responsible _____ this oversight.
I am not responsible for this oversight.
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Our research is independent ______ the government.
Our research is independent of the government.
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Our research is dependent ______ the government.
Our research is dependent on the government.
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The Kurds want independence ______ Turkey.
The Kurds want independence from Turkey.
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The government is seeking to take advantage _____ the situation.
The government is seeking to take advantage of the situation.
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The government is seeking to gain an advantage _____ the situation.
The government is seeking to gain an advantage from the situation.
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Could you please describe the problems ______ more detail?
Could you please describe the problems in more detail?
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The boss is never satisfied ______ my work.
The boss is never satisfied with my work.
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He takes great pride _____ his work.
He takes great pride in his work.
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I’m very nervous _____ my job interview.
I’m very nervous about my job interview.
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He was arrested _____ suspicion of burglary.
He was arrested on suspicion of burglary.
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What was the reason ______ the failure?
What was the reason for the failure?
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There is as yet no cure ______ MND.
There is as yet no cure for MND.
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He’s very fond ______ his grandchildren.
He’s very fond of his grandchildren.
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The police have said that there is no cause ______ concern.
The police have said that there is no cause for concern.
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The police have said that there is no need ______ worry.
The police have said that there is no need to worry.
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Water is composed ______ two elements.
Water is composed of two elements.
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I know all the elements ______ heart.
I know all the elements by heart.
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I am very satisfied ______ the progress made so far.
I am very satisfied with (by) the progress made so far.
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There has been a breakdown ______ communications.
There has been a breakdown in communications.
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I am innocent ______ the charges made ______ me!
I am innocent of the charges made against me!
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We must fix all these problems one ______ one.
We must fix all these problems one by one.
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The boss is very conscious _______ his image.
The boss is very conscious of his image.
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He takes great pride _______ his beautiful garden.
He takes great pride in his beautiful garden.
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He complimented her _______ her excellent work.
He complimented her on her excellent work.
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The police charged the man _______ dangerous driving.
The police charged the man with dangerous driving.
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Most children are fond ______ sweets.
Most children are fond of sweets.
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I am innocent ______ this crime!
I am innocent of this crime!
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He apologised ______ breaking the vase.!
He apologised for breaking the vase.!
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Can I interest you ______ a business proposition?
Can I interest you in a business proposition?
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The sales figures speak _____ themselves.
The sales figures speak for themselves.
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Please concentrate ______ the task in hand.
Please concentrate on the task in hand.
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I am not envious ______ his success.
I am not envious of his success.
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I congratulated him ______ his success.
I congratulated him on his success.
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The film is based _____ a book by Mark Twain.
The film is based on a book by Mark Twain.
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He has an aptitude ______ mathematics.
He has an aptitude for mathematics.
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I am envious ______ his success with women!
I am envious of his success with women!
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He was initially trained ______ an engineer.
He was initially trained as an engineer.
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We have made a big investment ______ staff training.
We have made a big investment in staff training.
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German manufacturing is associated ______ high-tech and heavy engineering.
German manufacturing is associated with high-tech and heavy engineering.
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This problem was unrelated ______ our design.
This problem was unrelated to our design.
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Manufacturing has been disrupted due _____ supply-chain problems.
Manufacturing has been disrupted due to supply-chain problems.
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