Students often confuse prepositions, especially if after one verb we can use two or more prepositions with a change in meaning. For example: dream of/about, hear of/about, complain of/about.

Here are some ideas on how to practice confusing prepositions OF and ABOUT using visuals and speaking tasks. This worksheet can be used with pre-intermediate+ for both one-on-one and group lessons.

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