Questions tagged [prepositional-verbs]

This tag is for questions about idiomatic phrases of verb + preposition combinations. Examples include: look at, go into, care for. Any questions about usages of prepositional verbs should go under this tag.

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Enrolling a second major?! Enrolling IN?

I heard a sentence: "Enrolling a second major will increase the career option." But I think it should be enrolling "in" a second major. Am I right? I looked at dictionary examples and I didn't find ...
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Is there a difference in meaning between “pleased with” and “pleased about”?

They say I'm pleased with your work \ performance (the noun implies duty or effort) I'm pleased about your wedding \ promotion (the noun is about some event) Is there a difference in ...
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using the verb “to be” with the word “above”

Are these correct? Health is above wealth. No one is above the law. The old man is above ninety. I am above forty. if it's OK, can you please give me another example?
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What is the difference between “talk with” and “talk to”

I have a piece of text in which it's written this We even got to talk to Zack Warden for a few minutes while he was chilling... I know the meaning, but my question is the little differences ...