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5. Typical Preposition with Verbs

Verbs with mandatory Preposition abide by, abstain from, adhere to, aim at/for, allow for, arise from, arrive in/at, beg for, believe in, beware of, boast about, borrow from, care about/ for, comment on, compare with, choose between, complain of/about, comply with, concenay for, prepare for, recover from, refer to, rely on/upon, respond to, result in, search for, smile at, stare at, subscribe to, succeed in, suffer from, think of/about, vote for, wait for, worry about Verbs with Preposition having meaning different from the Verb

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