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Expression: to be pleased with #1 (permalink) Thu Oct 19, 2006 0:11 am   Expression: to be pleased with
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #91 "Using Prepositions", question 8

Mary is so pleased ......... her students' grades this past year.

(a) for
(b) with
(c) at
(d) along

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #91 "Using Prepositions", answer 8

Mary is so pleased with her students' grades this past year.

Correct answer: (b) with
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Expression: to be pleased with #2 (permalink) Thu Oct 19, 2006 3:31 am   Expression: to be pleased with
 

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To be pleased with-- I am pleased with my TOEIC results.

With is the correct preposition to use with pleased in the test question; the other prepositions offered are inappropriate.
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