Prepositions Page-12

111) Do not flinch ___ the facts!
(A) with
(B) in
(C) from
(D) off

112) Do not rest on your success follow ___ your success and start looking for new markets.
(A) up
(B) in
(C) to
(D) with

113) Bandits raided the Bank in California this morning and got away ___ over 10 million dollars.
(A) from
(B) with
(C) to
(D) for

114) If it is very urgent, I may be able to got hold ___ the doctor for you during the lunch hour.
(A) of
(B) in
(C) off
(D) from

115) It was amazing that preparations for the landing were not got wind ___ by the enemy.
(A) in
(B) from
(C) of
(D) into

116) Alexander has to get off ___ people because he cannot get on with them.
(A) from
(B) among
(C) to
(D) with

117) If the fire-station had been got on ___ at once, the hotel might have been saved.
(A) to
(B) into
(C) with
(D) from

118) He insisted that she remained in house, and got on ___ her book.
(A) to
(B) with
(C) from
(D) in

119) I wish I could get out ____ going to the party this evening; I don't feel like standing around making polite conversation for three hours.
(A) of
(B) from
(C) with
(D) on

120) There were a number linguistic problems to be got ___ in preparing the text of the treaty.
(A) with
(B) off
(C) from
(D) over


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