Lesson 8: Prepositions after verbs
Some verbs are followed by a certain preposition. Here are some of the most common verbs that need prepositions.
Belong to somebody
This coat belongs to Julie.
Depend on something / somebody
It depends on the weather.
Explain something to somebody
Please explain this answer to me.
Give something to somebody
I gave some flowers to my girlfriend.
Listen to something / somebody
Please listen to me!
Look at something / somebody
Oh! Look at the sky! It’s beautiful.
Pay somebody for something
I paid the waiter for the coffee.
Talk to somebody about something
She talked to her sister about her job.
Wait for something / somebody
Could you please wait for me?
Worry about something
My mother always worries about me.