Verbs, Nouns and Adjectives + dependent prepositions.

Some verbs, nouns and adjectives have a preposition that need to go with them. These are called dependent prepositions. A dependent preposition is a preposition that is always used with a particular verb , noun or adjective before another word.  For example, we say "aware of" and not "aware about"  or "aware on".

The table below contains a list of the most common dependent prepositions you may find in the Cambridge English FCE, CAE, CPE exams.

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