Put in the correct preposition where necessary.
I don’t want to go out yet. I’m waiting *** the post to arrive.
We discussed *** the problem but we didn’t reach a decision.
I’m not going out yet. I’m waiting for the rain to Stop.
You’re always asking me for money. Ask somebody else for a change.
I’ve applied for a job at the factory. I don’t know if I’ll get it.
If I want a job at the factory, who do I apply to?
I’ve searched everywhere for John but I haven’t been able to find him.
I don’t want to talk about what happened last night. Let’s forget it.
I don’t want to discuss what happened last night. Let’s forget it. No preposition
We had an interesting discussion about the problem but we didn’t reach a decision.
We discussed the problem but we didn’t reach a decision. No preposition
I don’t want to go out yet. I’m waiting for the post to arrive.
Keith and Sonia are touring Europe. They’re in Rome at the moment, but tomorrow they leave for Venice.
The roof of the house is in very bad condition. I think we ought to do something about it.
We waited for Jim for half an hour but he never came.
Tomorrow morning I have to catch a plane. I’m leaving my house for the airport at 7.30.