|Adapt to |
|Admire for |
|Abstain from |
Stem from Suffer from
|Agree on |
|Aim at |
|Argue about |
|Acquaint with |
|Absorb in |
Be engrossed in
Examples of Verb Preposition Collocations:
The boys argued about which bus to take.
He always cares about me.
Don’t forget about the party you promised.
The students protested about the invasion.
Don’t worry about me. I’ll be all right.
I base my conclusions on market research.
She blames the lack of interest on the teacher’s poor explanation.
You can count on me anytime.
Can you elaborate on the process?
I like to pride myself on my ability to concentrate.
She is working on a new novel.
She had to apologize to the whole family.
I think you should apply yourself to getting a degree.
Professor Samson attributes this painting to Leonardo.
She committed herself to finding a new job.
There is no need for you to consent to anything.
Can you explain it to me?
Have you been invited to their party?
I object to your opinion.
I want to apologize for my mistakes.
I‘m for Mayor Martini.
I can’t excuse myself for not doing it.
Let me pay for Tom.
Rose scolded the child gently for her bad behavior.
I can vouch for her ability to work hard.
He always agrees with my opinion.
These mountains do not compare with the Himalayas.
She covered her face with her hands.
I’d like to discuss our next conference with the boss.
Peter packed his case with extra brochures.
We looked around the school and talked with the principal.
He derived the meaning from the context of the sentence.
Please distract Tim from the television.
The children were expelled from school for their bad behavior.
She seemed totally absorbed in her book.
You should participate in this training course
John succeeded in getting a new job.