Fill in the blank with the correct preposition:
A. In B. On C. Under D. With
A. Under B. On C. Into D. In
A. For B. By C. Since D. With
A. Since B. For C. By D. With
A. For B. To C. With D. In
A. With B. By C. For D. On
A. Without B. Within C. With D. Into
A. With B. By C. From D. Of
A. Across B. Onto C. Around D. Into
A. Beside B. Besides C. By D. From
Explanation: One always sits ‘on’ a chair.
Explanation: One is always ‘in’ the shade and ‘under’ a tree.
Explanation: ‘Since’ is always used to show the starting point of an action.
Explanation: ‘For’ is always used to show the duration of the action.
Explanation: ‘Invited’ is always followed by the preposition ‘to.’
Explanation: ‘With’ is always used for an instrument (agent, here – blender) used for the action.
Explanation: ‘Within’ is always used to show a specific time period.
Explanation: ‘Suffer’ is always followed by the preposition ‘from’.
Explanation: ‘Around’ shows that she circled the lake.
Explanation: ‘Besides = in addition to’; hence this is used here.