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FOL-A Packet 5

Prepositions and Conjunctions

FOL--Packet 5Review
It seemed (as if, like) Sam could win the election. as if
No one except Steve and (he, him) has arrived. him
Please get your assignment from Mr. Douglas or (he, him). him
Please come (into, in to) sign the contract tomorrow. in to
Do not (accept, except) gifts from vendors. accept
Kathy divided the winnings (among, between) the four girls. among
Just between you and (I, me), this information is not accurate. me
Sharon should (of, have) been here by now. have
(To, too) few people returned the survey to give us solid information. Too
Check (to, and) see if the address is correct. to
The history teacher, along with Mrs. Clark and (she, her), will travel together to the conference. her
I am angry (with, at) the changes made to my article. at
That pen is identical (with, to) Joan's pen. with
The signed contract was retroactive (to, from) January 1. to
Charlie will agree (to, with) Mason on this issue. with
My cheap shoes (differ from, differ with) Megan's $100 shoes. differ from
Several co-workers agree (to, with) Paragraph 1 on page 5. to
Which is correct? a. We have several extra copies for we expected about 20 more people. b. We have several extra copies, for we expected about 20 more people. b
Which is correct? a. Take a seat immediately or leave the room. b. Take a seat immediately, or leave the room. a
Which is correct? a. I believe Jack's story, but I don't believe Susan is telling the truth. b. I believe Jack's story but I don't believe Susan is telling the truth. a
Which is correct? a. Lance will be in charge of the Smith project and will also assist with the Randolph project. b. Lance will be in charge of the Smith project, and will also assist with the Randolph project. a
Which is correct? a. His parents are coming so he is cleaning. b. His parents are coming, so he is cleaning. a
Which is correct? a. Betty says she has a brother yet I have never seen him. b. Betty says she has a brother, yet I have never seen him. b
Which is correct? a. We are not however able to ship the product today. b. We are not, however, able to ship the product today. b
Which is correcct? a. Roger is, nevertheless, a likely candidate for the position. b. Roger is nevertheless a likely candidate for the position. a
Which is correct? a. His sculpture fell apart; thus, he was unable to compete. b. His sculpture fell apart; thus he was unable to compete. b
Which is correct? a. Belinda is eligible for a promotion yet she hasn't applied. b. Belinda is eligible for a promotion, yet she hasn't applied. b
Which is correct? a. Either we will sell our truck or our car. b. We will sell either our truck or our car. b
Which is correct? a. Tom wants to go on the tour, although he hadn't signed up. b. Tom wants to go on the tour although he hadn't signed up. a
Which is correct? a. Pass the salt and pepper, and pass the vegetables when you can. b. Pass the salt and pepper and pass the vegetables when you can. a
Which is correct? a. As soon as I have the data I will complete the report. b. As soon as I have the data, I will complete the report. b
Which is correct? a. While I was vacationing I sprained my ankle. b. While I was vacationing, I sprained my ankle. b
Which is correct? a. I sprained my ankle while on vacation. b. I sprained my ankle, while on vacation. a
Which is correct? a. Tina will watch your children when you go to work tonight. b. Tina will watch your children, when you go to work tonight. a
Which is correct? a. Unless the boss gives me that order I can't allow you to leave. b. Unless the boss gives me that order, I can't allow you to leave. b
Which is correct? a. Jill looked around before she left but she still left her purse. b. Jill looked around before she left, but she still left her purse. b
Which is correct? a. Maggie and Randy studied Spanish before leaving for Spain. b. Maggie and Randy studied Spanish, before leaving for Spain. a
Which is correct? a. Before leaving for Spain Maggie and Randy studied Spanish. b. Before leaving for Spain, Maggie and Randy studied Spanish. b
Which is correct? a. If necessary a new passport can be obtained. b. If necessary, a new passport can be obtained. b
Which is correct? a. Mr. Cutter decided, however, not to attend the conference in February. b. Mr. Cutter decided however not to attend the conference in February. a
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