In the KISS Approach, you are expected to make
some mistakes. This exercise is designed to show you one kind of mistake
that you are expected to make. Some prepositions have subordinate clauses
as their objects--but you have not yet studied subordinate clauses.
1. He must never start at what he sees, nor speak to other horses, nor bite,
nor kick, nor have any will of his
2. She had a good idea of what was
3. I am never afraid of what I know.
4. It won't stand when things come to be turned inside out and put down
for what they are.
5. The sides of the box were not so high but that I could see all that went
on through the iron rails that were
at the top.
6. So she went on till after he
7. The children had many consultations together about what father and
mother would do, and how they could help to earn money.