Which preposition to use after nouns in English?

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Choose the preposition that fits best after each noun.

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Which preposition to use after nouns?

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Question 1
Do you have any interest _________ doing a study abroad program?
A
for
B
in
C
on
Question 2
He gave a speech _________ the dangers of texting and driving.
A
at
B
on
C
to
Question 2 Explanation: 
The word "about" could also be used here.
Question 3
I really admire her dedication _________ animal rights.
A
about
B
for
C
to
Question 4
Most people have little awareness _______ world events.
A
at
B
from
C
of
Question 5
I'd like some information _______ the software.
A
about
B
by
C
in
Question 6
My uncle's addiction ________ gambling has ruined his family.
A
in
B
to
C
with
Question 7
She didn't give a reason ______ her refusal.
A
as
B
for
C
of
Question 8
Don't make a habit _____ staying up late to watch TV.
A
in
B
of
C
on
Question 9
There are high taxes _____ imported products.
A
at
B
on
C
over
Question 10
There's a risk ____ infection with every surgery.
A
by
B
of
C
to
Question 11
We've got lots of experience ______ management.
A
in
B
for
C
of
Question 12
You definitely have a talent _____ learning languages!
A
about
B
for
C
with
Question 13
She had a nasty argument _______ her boyfriend and she's still angry.
A
at
B
to
C
with
Question 14
That company has a reputation _____ bad customer service.
A
by
B
from
C
for
Question 15
He's about to graduate with a degree _____ finance.
A
in
B
of
C
at
Question 16
My mother's fear _____ flying means she can't travel long distances.
A
from
B
of
C
in
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