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    Exclamation Gerunds and prepositions

    Hi there teacher! Can you help me?
    I need to know how do I can change the next sentences (using gerunds and prepositions) with the words in brackets, keeping the same meaning.


    1. Does walking alone at night frighten you? (frightened of?)
    2. My father didn't have a problem with lending me the car.( OK about)

    Thank you so much!

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    Re: Gerunds and prepositions

    We don't do people's assignments for them. What do you think the answers are?

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    Re: Gerunds and prepositions

    I'm so sorry for my fault. This won't happen again.

    1. Does walking alone at night frighten you? (frightened of?)

    It can be... Are you frightened of walking alone at night?

    2. My father didn't have a problem with lending me the car.( OK about)

    .... My father was OK about lending me the car.

    Thanks for helping me, and once again sorry!
    Jazmín.

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    Re: Gerunds and prepositions

    Quote Originally Posted by Diana Jazmín View Post
    I'm so sorry for my fault. This won't happen again.

    1. Does walking alone at night frighten you? (frightened of?)

    It can be... Are you frightened of walking alone at night?

    2. My father didn't have a problem with lending me the car.( OK about)

    .... My father was OK about lending me the car.

    Thanks for helping me, and once again sorry!
    Jazmín.

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