Put in the correct preposition
The apartment consists *** three rooms, a kitchen and bathroom.
I didn’t have enough money to pay *** the bill.
Three students were suspected of cheating in the examination.
Sally is often not well. She suffers from very bad headaches.
You know that you can rely on me if you ever need any help.
It is terrible that some people are dying of hunger while others eat too much.
Are you going to apologize for what you did?
The accident was my fault, so I had to pay for the damage.
I didn’t have enough money to pay the bill. No preposition
I complimented her on her English. She spoke fluently and made very few mistakes.
She hasn’t got a job. She depends on her parents for money.
I don’t know whether I’ll go out tonight. It depends on how I feel. (*no preposition* is also possible but don’t use it)
They wore warm clothes to protect themselves against the cold. (*from* is also possible but don’t use it)
The apartment consists of three rooms, a kitchen and bathroom.