Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 45 Prepositions after verbs (3)

What is the difference between ‘agree with’, ‘agree about’ and ‘agree to’?
What is the difference between ‘care for’ and ‘care about’?
Are ‘shout at’ and ‘shout to’ used for the same purposes?
What is the difference between ‘point at’ and ‘point to’?
What is the difference between ‘throw something at’ and ‘throw something to’?
When do we use ‘wonder about’?
When do we use ‘wonder at’?

Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 45 Prepositions after verbs (3)

  •  We use agree with to say that two people have the same opinion, to say that you approve of something, to say that two things match, or to say that something suits us.
  •  We use agree about to say that people have the same opinion about something.
  • We use agree to to say that someone allows or is prepared for something.
  •  We use care about/for to talk about the affection for someone.
  •  Care for is also used to mean ‘like’ especially in negative sentences and ‘want’ especially in offers.
  •  We shout at someone when we are angry, and shout to someone at a distance so that they may hear us.
  •  We point at or point to (also, point towards) something with our finger to show where it is.
  •  We throw something at someone in order to hit them, but throw something to someone so that they may catch it.

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