字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Are you often wondering about the correct preposition in a common phrase? Are you uncertain whether you should say 'the reason for' or 'the reason of'? Or 'benefit of' or 'benefit from'? Then join me in this series of lessons for a review of prepositions in some common phrases. Hello and welcome everyone, this is Minoo at Anglo-Link. This is the second lesson in our series prepositions in common phrases. Today we're going to review some phrases with prepositions 'for', 'from' and 'of'. As in the previous lessons on proposition, instead of giving you a list, we're going to go straight into a gap-filling exercise to help you to remember the correct preposition. You should repeat the exercise several times until you get the preposition right each time. By the end of your practice, you will have built the necessary reflexes to use the correct preposition every time you use one of these phrases. So, when you're ready let's begin!