1. Absorbed (*) in, not at.
: The man was absorbed at his work.
: The man was absorbed in his work.
2. Accuse of, not for.
: He accused the man for stealing.
: He accused the man of stealing.
3. Accustomed to, not with.
: I am accustomed with hot weather.
: I am accustomed to hot weather.
4. Afraid of, not from
: The girl is afraid from the dog.
: The girl is afraid of the dog.
5. Aim at, not on or against.
: He aimed on (*) the bird.
: He aimed at the bird.
6. Angry with, not against.
: The teacher was angry against him.
: The teacher was angry with him.
7. Anxious (*) about, not for.
: They are anxious for his health.
: They are anxious about his health.
8. Arrive at, not to.
: We arrived to the village at night.
: We arrived at the village at night.
9. Ashamed of, not from.
: He is now ashamed from his conduct.
: He is now ashamed of his conduct.
10. Believe in, not to.
: Christians believe to Jesus Christ.
: Christians believe in Jesus Christ.
11. Benefit by, not from.
: She has benefited from the change.
: She has benefited by the change.
12. Boast of or about, not for.
: He boasted for his riches.
: He boasted of (or about) his riches.
13. Careful of, not for.
: He is very careful for his health.
: He is very careful of his health.
14. Come or go by train, etc., not with the train, etc.
: He came with the train yesterday.
He came by train yesterday.
15. Complain of, not for.
: Many people complain for the heat.
: Many people complain of the heat.
16. Composed of, not from.
: Our class is composed from thirty boys.
: Our class is composed of thirty boys.
17. Confidence in, not to.
: I have great confidence to him.
: I have great confidence in him.
18. Conform to, not with.
: We must conform with the rules.
We must conform to the rules.
19. Congratulate on, not for.
: I congratulate you for your success.
: I congratulate you on your success.
20. Consist of, not from.
: A year consists from twelve months.
: A year consists of twelve months.
21. Covered with, not by.
: The mountains are covered by snow.
: The mountains are covered with snow
22. Cure of, not from.
: The man was cured from his illness.
: The man was cured of his illness.
23. Depend on or upon, not from.
: It depends from himself.
: It depends on (or upon) himself.
24. Deprive of, not from.
: He was deprived from his freedom.
: He was deprived of his freedom.
25. Die of an illness, not from an illness.
: Many people have died from malaria.
: Many people have died of malaria.
26. Different from, not than.
: My book is different than yours.
: My book is different from yours.
27. Disappointed in, not from.
: I was disappointed from his work.
: I was disappointed in his work.
28. Divide into parts, not in parts.
: I divided the cake in four parts.
: I divided the cake into four parts.
29. Doubt (n.) of or about, not for.
: I have no doubt for his ability.
: I have no doubt of (or about) his ability.
30. Dressed in, not with.
: The woman was dressed with black.
: The woman was dressed in black.
31. Exception to, not of.
: This is an exception of the rule.
: This is an exception to the rule.
32. Exchange for, not by.
: They exchanged wheat by machinery.
: They exchanged wheat for machinery.
33. Fail in, not from.
: He failed from mathematics last year.
: He failed in mathematics last year.
34. Full of, not with or from.
: The jar was full with (or from) oil.
: The jar was full of oil.
35. Get rid of, not from.
: I shall be glad to get rid from him.
: I shall be glad to get rid of him.
36. Glad of or about, not from or with.
: I am glad from (or with) the news.
: I am glad of (or about) the news.
37. Good at, not in.
: My brother is good in mathematics.
: My brother is good at mathematics.
38. Guard against, not from.
: You must guard from bad habits.
: You must guard against bad habits.
39. Guilty of, not for.
: He was found guilty for murder.
: He was found guilty of murder.
40. Independent of, not from.
: He is independent from his parents.
: He is independent of his parents.
41. Indifferent to, not for.
: They are indifferent for politics.
: They are indifferent to politics.
42. Insist on, not to.
: He always insisted to his opinion.
: He always insisted on his opinion.
43. Interested in, not for.
: She in not interested for her work.
: She is not interested in her work.
44. Jealous of, not from.
: He is very jealous from his brother.
: He is very jealous of his brother.
45. Leave for a place, not to a place.
: They are leaving to England soon.
: They are leaving for England soon.
46. Live on, not from.
: He lives from his brother’s money.
: He lives on his brother’s money.
47. Look at, not to.
: Look to this beautiful picture.
: Look at this beautiful picture.
48. Married to, not with.
: She was married with a rich man.
: She was married to a rich man.
49. Opposite to, not from.
: Their house is opposite from ours.
: Their house is opposite to ours.
50. Pass by a place, not from a place.
: Will you pass from the post-office?
: Will you pass by the post-office?