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Prepositional Idioms


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Prepositional Idioms :The following prepositional idioms are sometimes used incorrectly by people while communicating .I give below the correct forms:

Incorrect: ashamed with Correct: ashamed of Incorrect: bored of Correct:bored with . Incorrect: Concerned of Correct: concerned with Incorrect: near to correct: near or next to incorrect: related with correct: related to incorrect: accede by correct: accede to.


Sample Usage

I am ashamed of your behavior.
Rani is bored with the mega soap operas.
I am much concerned with my child's progress in school.
There is a park near my house.
Are you related to Raj?
Children should accede to their parents advise.



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