Complete the sentences with a preposition (to/for/about/no preposition etc.) if necessary.
Are you writing a letter? 一 Yes, I’m writing … Julia.
Thank you very much for your help.
This is not my bicycle. It belongs to a friend of mine.
(on the telephone) Hello, can I speak to Mr Davis, please?
(on the telephone) Thank you for phoning. Goodbye!
What happened to Mary last night? Why didn’t she come to the party?
Jack’s brother is thinking of going to Australia next year. (a̶b̶o̶u̶t̶)
We asked the waiter for coffee but he brought us tea.
Do you like going to museums? 一 It depends on the museum.
Please listen to me. I have something very important to tell you.
We waited for John until 2 o’clock but he didn’t come.
Are you writing a letter? 一 Yes, I’m writing to Julia.
Don’t forget to telephone no preposition your mother this evening. (!)
He’s alone all day. He never talks to anybody.
Are you playing tennis this afternoon? 一 It depends on the weather.
Katherine is thinking about changing her job. (o̶f̶)
I looked at the newspaper but I didn’t read it carefully.
When you are ill, you need somebody to look after you.
Excuse me, I’m looking for Hill Street. Can you tell me where it is?
Goodbye! Have a nice holiday and look after yourself.
When I take the photograph, look at the camera and smile.
Barry is looking for a job. He wants to work in a hotel.