Read this context:
Reading all of your speech from a note may give you confidence and ensure that nothing is forgotten or omitted, however it is the least interesting option for delivering your speech. you will find it more difficult to see your audience, and make it harder for them to get ........ to you.
In this context we want to fill the blank with one of this words:
a. prevented b. puzzled c. distracted d. involved
In the book in which I found this test, the answer is "d. involved". Isn't the preposition of involved "in/with"? Now, why the answer is involved "to"? I thought it the answer is distracted to but it also has not a appropriate meaning in this context.