Learn useful verb preposition combinations in English with the preposition ON.
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- We always agree on your opinion.
- I base my conclusions on market research.
- She is on Peter to do his best.
- She blames the lack of interest on the teacher’s poor explanation.
- I don’t feel I can comment on their decision.
- They concentrate their efforts on improving the infrastructure.
- I congratulate you on your new job!
Useful verb preposition combinations – the preposition ON
- You can count on me anytime.
- We depend on our customers’ suggestions.
- Can you elaborate on the process?
- The mother imposed severe restrictions on her daughter.
- I insist on Peter’s studying every day for two hours.
- Advertisements often play on people’s fears.
- I like to pride myself on my ability to concentrate.
- Can we rely on this old car to get us there?
- She is working on a new novel.