For correct sentence construction you need to be a master of that language. And it is impossible for us to be like that though that language is our mother tongue. Am I right ? So, what to do then ? No, no. Don’t be tensed or worried at all. I tell you the secret. The secret lies in your sincerity. Yes, it’s your sincerity and carefulness that makes you master over your language. Here is a list of A to Z most appropriate prepositions which very important from the perspective of upcoming exams of West Bengal Civil Service 2020, West Bengal School Service Commission 2020 and West Bengal Primary Tet 2020 and Madhyamik Pariksha 2020-2021. Try to memorize them all by reading again and again.
We should abide by the rules of traffic
India abounds in / with rich culture.
She was absent from her class.
Rina was absorbed in her work.
We should abstain from insulting others.
His proposal was acceptable to all.
You need a password to access to my laptop.
You tried to accommodate me with your palace.
Everyone needs time to accommodate to new environment.
He was accompanied on the piano by his sister.
We were accompanied by a guide on our tour.
You must account for your mistake.
We will not be accountable for any error.
We are accountable to our parents.
The chairman was accused of misconduct.
We are not accustomed to such habits.
I am well acquainted with her father.
This story is adapted from a novel.
Many short stories of Rabindranath Tagore are adapted for movie.
Everyone should adapt to the new system.
Salt is added to the curry.
You are addicted to mobile games.
The books are adequate for reading.
Please adhere to your routine.
Our house is adjacent to a pond.
Admit to / into
Boys under 18 were admitted into the club.
He was admitted to a school.
She had the advantage of having riches.
His fluency in English gave him an advantage over others.
The scheme is advantageous to me.
His affection for his sister is admirable.
I am not afraid of snakes.
She agreed on our date.
We agreed to their request.
I agree with you.
The contract was not agreeable to us.
When I first went to Kolkata everything was alien to me.
We were alienated from others during the flood.
My sister is allergic to dust.
We always try to maintain an alliance with you.
The money was allotted to the poor.
We should stay aloof from bad habits.
It is not an alternative to your company.
We were amazed at your presence on the beach.
I have an ambition of being a pilot.
She is ambitious for her son.
His followers are said to amount to one crore.
Amused at / by
They were all amused at / by my kid’s act.
Angry about (cause) at over(something)
He was angry about her conduct.
He was angry at the noise they made.
Angry with / at somebody
Please do not be angry with me.
Angry About / for something
He was angry for her misconduct.
Annoyed at / about
I was annoyed at his behaviour.
I was annoyed with you.
She answered for you.