Prepositions TO, FOR, IN, ON

1. Prepositions IN or ON?

1. I'm working ______ my laptop.

in
on

2. Julius Caesar is killed ______ the play.

in
on

3. You can see his picture ______ my iPhone.

in
on

4. The author makes that point repeatedly ______ his novel.

in
on

5. I watched Rebecca's new lesson ______ engVid.

in
on

6. Don't worry if you missed the concert! I'm sure someone must have uploaded it ______ YouTube.

in
on

7. She has many friends ______ Facebook.

in
on

8. Have you read our professor's latest article ______ The New York Times?

in
on

9. Have you read our professor's latest article ______ The New York Times website?

in
on

10. There's a really cool part ______ the comic where Superman builds a miniature universe. You should really start reading comics to improve your English!br>

in
on

2. Prepositions TO or FOR?

11. Can you run down to the market ______ get some bread?

to
for

12. The package was delivered ______ the head office last week.

to
for

13. Linda, this package arrived ______ you this morning.

to
for

14. Please ask the front desk ______ call us at 3:00 a.m. to make sure we wake up.

to
for

15. Please ask the concierge ______ some maps of the city.

to
for

16. Daniel: "Don't you just love sitting on the beach doing nothing?"
Josh: "Oh yeah. I could get used ______ this."

to
for

17. Customer: "What is this used ______?"
Shop assistant: "Cutting things. It's called a knife."

to
for

18. Henry: "Mrs. Henry is always nice to us. We should do something nice ______ her."
David: "I know; let's get her tickets to the opera. She'll love that."

to
for

19. I would like to take this opportunity to invite you ______ a special evening at the theater to celebrate our premiere.

to
for

20. Mary: "I can't accept this. It's too expensive."
John: "I bought it ______ you because I love you."

to
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