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ask
ask of

What do you ask of life
capable
capable of

That cretin is capable of anything
composed
composed of

my wardrobe is composed of pants and shirts
desirous
desirous of

I am desirous of more fun
search
in search of

They are in search of a gold mine.
necessity
necessity of/for

Love is necessity for happiness.
Love is necessity of a happy life.
partake
partake of

I partake of this cake.
afflicted
afflicted with

I am afflcted with measles.
argue
argue with

Don't argue with me
comply
comply with

You must cmply with the new regulation
consistent
consistent with

Her speaches are not consistent with her actions
meet ---- regulations
meet with

(things other than people)

The new design meets with the federal regulations.
tamper
tamper with

the spy tempered with the engine and the plane went down
according
according to

According to Reagan, the 1980s were "Morning in America"
analogus
analogus to

She makes everything analogus to everything else
averse
averse to

The man was averse to run for office
aversion
aversion to

The woman had an aversion to politics
cater
cater to

He spent all day catering to his boss.
conform
conform to

The man refured to conform to the expectations of Mr Dingdong.
consider 2
consider to be
consider

He considers Mary to be the best for the job.

he considers Mary the best for the job.
equal
equal to

I am not equal to the task
forbid
forbid [to]

I forbid you to sit on this chair.

the law forbids stores to sell liquor to minors
intend
intend to

She intends to make partner before she is 30.
oblivious
oblivious to

He lives in a dream world, oblivious to reality.
ouhgt
ought to be

She ought to study more
preferable
preferable to (not than)

Eating ice cream is preferable to cleaning house.
prior
prior to

Prior to election Democrats were ahead.
superior
superior to (not than)

Italian cooking is superior to English cooking.
temerity
temerity to

My boss had the temerity to ask me to pick up his drycleaning.
tie
tie to

In making her point she tied economics to physics
try
try to (not and)

Try to finish your work early.
different
different from

This book is diffeent from that one.
divergent
divergent from

I like the man eventhough his views are divergent from mine
prohibit
prohibit from

You are prohibited from going out tonight.
defined
defined as

Success is defined a having a lot of money.
depict
depict as

The woman was depicted as brainless.
regard
regard as

You are regarded as the most influential
craving
craving for

I have a craving for chocolate.
mistake
mistake for

Don't mistake me for a fool.
dispute
dispute over

The brothers had a dispute onver money.
lavish
lavish on

The man lavished presents on his child
prejudice
prejudice against

I am prejudiced against stupid people.
agree 2
agree to (implies concessions)

I agree to your demands

agree with (with a person, place, implies harmony)

John agrees with me
angry 3
angry about (an event, idea)

Bob is angry about the demonstration

angry at (a person)

Wanda is angry at me.

angry with (a person; more confrontrational)

Max is angree with me.
Compare 2
Compare to (show similarity)

You can compare my copy to the original copy

Compare with (show difference and similarity)

Comparing with you I am a genious.
consist 2
consist of (to mean composed of)

My meals consists of bread and jam.

consist in (to mean reside in)
Success consists in valuing hard work.
correspond 2
correspond to (to mean match; be in agreement)

The result of the experiment correspond to the predictions

correspond with (to exchange letters)

I correspond with my mom.
decide 2
decide on (a noun)

Lets decide on a place to eat

decide to

I decided to have some fun.
differ 2
differ from (to mean unlike)

Hats differ from shoes

differ with (to mean disagree)

My political opinions differ with you.
different
defferent from (not than)

Black is different from white.
fail 2
fail in (an attempt)

Bob failed in his effort.

fail to (do something)

I failed to read the traffic sign.
practice 2
practice to / for

I am practicing for GMAT.
I am practicing to do GMAT test.

practice of (when practice is a noun)

The practice of relgion is stupid.
reconcile 2
reconcile to (to mean accept hardship)

David reconciled to his sad fate.

reconcile with (a person)

I reconciled my differences with him.
result 3
result from (when result is a verb)

Bad temper results in loss of friends.

result in (when result is a verb)

Lack of sleep results in bad temper.

result of (when result is a noun)

Failing is a result of not tring.
sympathy 2
sympathy for (compassion)

I have sympathy for Bob.

symphaty with (to mean agreement)

I have symphaty with your position.
continue --- meeting
continue the meeting

NOT continue with the meeting
equally
equally good.

NOT eqaully as good
inside
inside the box

NOT inside in the box.
meet
meet people.

NOT meet with people.
name
name John.

NOT named as John.
tend - camp fire
tend the camp fire.
visit
visit your grandmother.

NOT visit with your grandmother.