English Prepositions

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  • 1

    Say what you like but I simply don't understand what she's over to — it just doesn't make sense.

  • 2

    Are you up to the game of cricket or doesn't it interest you in the slightest?

  • 3

    Please read this document out before you make your mind up because it's very important to understand the details.

  • 4

    Up and over again I've warned you that doing that is very dangerous and now I hope you'll believe me.

  • 5

    I'm feeling a little below the weather today and I just don't know what's wrong with me.

  • 6

    Charlie is always on it from morning till night — he's probably the hardest worker I've ever met.

  • 7

    I'll go across with you on the first point but I'm afraid I can't possibly agree with you on points two and three.

  • 8

    Try as hard as they will but I'm afraid they'll never come on to the standard that is required by the committee.

  • 9

    He's an on and on supporter of that political party and nothing you can say will make him change his mind.

  • 10

    I'm sorry to have to say this but I'm afraid we're out with your company because we can no longer trust them.