Prepositions: For, To, With

Fill in the gaps with for, to, or with.
Remember that FOR expresses purpose, intention, or for one's sake.
TO can express the act of receiving, a connection, or a relationship.
WITH expresses connection with a sense of togetherness or engagement.
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1. Do you need any assitance the project?
2. I wanted to apologize my behavior yesterday.
3. Are you allergic anything?
4. Most everyone agrees that smoking is bad you.
5. What is the answer the first question?
6. Michael is a very good father his children.
7. Katrina is never content sitting in one place for very long.
8. May I please talk you about something?
9. I know a shorter way Ron's house.
10. I'm not accustomed loud talking and loud music.
11. Are you two related each other?
12. How did you become involved this program?
13. I believe Mario will do a good job, so I'll vote him.
14. It's not a sign of weakness when you ask help.
15. Wendy quickly became friends some of the girls at her new school.
16. The trouble texting is that we avoid real conversations too often.
17. Gary is addicted that video game!
18. He's married a beautiful and smart woman.
19. The little girl was fascinated her new toy and all the buttons on it.
20. Thanks everything!
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