Retired English Teacher
They are both correct.
'by a camera' is wrong.
Last edited by 2006; 05-Aug-2010 at 02:45.
Actually these are the sentences given in examination with blinks to be filled by suitable preposition. So, I can't do anything with it :P
Yes.. I agree with you
Anyways, Another question appeared like this:
Combine each pair of sentences. Use a preposition if necessary:
(i) Weíve advised Maria. She should get a lawyer.
(ii) Iím getting bored. Iíve been sitting on the beach.
(iii) The food was too cold. Farah couldnít eat it.
(iv) How about it? Shall we go to the Bar-B-Q?
(i) Weíve advised Maria (to) get a lawyer.
(ii) Iím getting bored sitting on the beach.
(iii) The food was too cold (to) eat it.
(iv) How about going to the Bar-B-Q?
I'm really confused in this one..
All correct, except you should delete 'it' in (iii).
Oh. I got it. Thanks
- The main export (of) Iran is oil. Many people died (of) starvation.
This is in Paragraph form:
Fill in the blanks with correct preposition:
Karachi Secondary Board reached (at) the final (of) Pakistan Inter board
Cricket Tournament after defeating Lahore Board (in) the semi-final (by)
four wickets (at) Asghar Ali Shah Stadium, Karachi.
at or in, in the last?
Please reply Rover Bro.
'...reached the final...' is correct. No preposition is needed.
The rest are correct. (At for the last one.)
Thank You Sir