eager for, to, in, about or on?

  • They were eager for it to come.
  • The baby was not eager to (b) anything.
  • I was both apprehensive and eager in equal measure.
  • Drashti Dhami is not so eager about challenges.

"early in", "early on" or "early for"?

  • It is very early in the season.
  • Might be a bit early for worry.
  • I'd always up early on Saturday.
  • I'd early to bed early to rise and.

earnest in, with, on, for or at?

  • It started in earnest in his teens.
  • Then they launched in earnest with.
  • Boehner that begin in earnest on Friday.
  • He's too earnest for that anyway.

easy for, on, in, to or with?

  • It's easy for the bugs to go in.
  • It is simple, easy on the eyes.
  • It seemed so easy in my memory.
  • Friends never came easy to him.

"economical with" or "economical in"?

  • He was economical with the truth.
  • Hansen is economical in his feedback.
  • It simply isn't economical for the insurer or the midwife.
  • A good designer can work with any budget from economical to grand.

"ecstatic about" or "ecstatic with"?

  • I'd ecstatic about my Xperia T.
  • You'll be ecstatic with your new look.
  • He'll be ecstatic at your thoughtfulness.
  • Or see them ecstatic over India or chorus a namaste.

"effective in", "effective at" or "effective for"?

  • Effective in reducing air pollution.
  • Look's like SMT is effective for LBP.
  • The most effective at any time.
  • Not effective on class F fires.

"efficient in" or "efficient at"?

  • We're efficient in the pass game.
  • They are efficient at doing this.
  • This makes things efficient for you.
  • It's very efficient with code and assets.

elderly in, with, at, of or as?

  • Assisting the Elderly in infirmity.
  • Most elderly with these problems are in GP care.
  • The elderly of the future will be better educated.

elegant in, with, of, as or to?

  • She looked elegant in her outfit.
  • It must be elegant with things stored.
  • The Garofoli was the more elegant of the two.
  • This dress is elegant as well as practical.

eligible for, to, in or under?

  • Am I eligible for the freeze? No.
  • You may be eligible to a reduced fee.
  • Which it will be eligible in July 2013.
  • This made all those eligible under U.

"embarrassed by" or "embarrassed about"?

  • I'd not embarrassed by anything.
  • Don't feel embarrassed about them.
  • I am embarrassed for all of you.
  • Embarrassed at home by Everton.

"embarrassing for" or "embarrassing to"?

  • Much less embarrassing for you.
  • Its kind of embarrassing to me.
  • It's almost embarrassing in it's stupidity.
  • It's embarrassing at this level.

emblematic of, for or in?

  • They are emblematic of civilization.
  • This silliness about the ring is emblematic for the birther movement as a whole.
  • I think music is more emblematic in that way.

"emeritus of" or "emeritus at"?

  • He is now President Emeritus of WWF.
  • He is Professor Emeritus at St.
  • He was appointed President Emeritus in 1991.
  • Owen, the chair emeritus for the American Board of Recorded Evidence.

"emotional about" or "emotional for"?

  • I get emotional about technology.
  • It was emotional for all of us.
  • Women are 95% emotional in nature.
  • Just hard not be emotional at this.

empty of, for, in, at or on?

  • Mental-contact is empty of self.
  • That mine had sat empty for years.
  • Their houses stand empty in winter.
  • The US office was empty at 5 PM.

"enamoured with" or "enamoured of"?

  • The elites are probably rather enamoured by it all.
  • I am still enamoured of the harp.
  • I'd still enamoured with Ozzie.

"encouraging for" or "encouraging to"?

  • It was very encouraging for me.
  • They are truly encouraging to me.
  • This is boorish and encouraging of vigilanteeism.
  • What I found most encouraging in this article was Dr.

"endemic to" or "endemic in"?

  • That's endemic across the whole technology industry.
  • It is endemic among taxi drivers and courier drivers.
  • Some and endemic as well as flora from the tropical world.
  • I agree about booing the kickers, it's endemic at Crusader's games which surprised me.

"enforceable by" or "enforceable in"?

  • They need basic rights, enforceable by law.
  • Usually only enforceable in BC.
  • Unfair terms are not enforceable against the consumer.
  • The code is enforceable under the law.

"engaged in" or "engaged with"?

  • The couple got engaged in June.
  • Stay engaged with your readers.
  • He becomes engaged to her 2mths.
  • The couple got engaged on February 12.

english in, as, with, for or to?

  • I had English in school for 8 years.
  • We spoke Olde English as a language.
  • My main goal is learn english with it.
  • So get over it - thats English for you.

enjoyable for, in, to, with or as?

  • It was truly enjoyable for all.
  • It's enjoyable in spite of that.
  • Life in the school is enjoyable to them.
  • It is much more enjoyable with a gamepad.

ensconced in, at, on, with or within?

  • He is safely ensconced in his own bed.
  • He is now safely ensconced at a luxury hotel in Dubai.
  • Thomas University, a small campus ensconced on the New Brunswick Frederickton locale.
  • Having met a man with land, she's now happily ensconced with her husband, Jason,.

"entertaining for" or "entertaining in"?

  • It's entertaining for all (near) 2.
  • It was too entertaining in the context.
  • That was not entertaining to me.
  • It's small but entertaining with two.

enthusiastic about, in, for, with or at?

  • Enthusiastic about its impressive.
  • Wong is enthusiastic in education.
  • They're enthusiastic for others to sign up.
  • Everything was enthusiastic with Helvi.

entire of, in, with, on or to?

  • No man is an island, Entire of itself.
  • Its Greek text was first discovered entire in the Codex Sinaiticus.
  • Take it entire with a full glass of water.
  • But, I suppose one can't put the blame entire on the people.

envious of, at, about, for or to?

  • I for one am envious of you all.
  • At some point, I felt envious at him.
  • Want to hear more to be envious about? 6 metres for $5.
  • I'd not envious for them and I don't want to be them.

equal to, in, of, with or before?

  • With our dollar equal to the U.
  • Beloved by nature equal in age.
  • So they can claim to be equal of men.
  • Accomplish equal with your bed.

equivalent to, in, for, of or at?

  • Equivalent to longitude on earth.
  • They're not equivalent in extent.
  • This is mac's equivalent for Visio.
  • That is equivalent of RM 740 million.

"essential for" or "essential to"?

  • Essential for the homesearcher.
  • I t is essential to: Know the territory.
  • It's essential in the Zen room.
  • Sparkboard was essential as a guide.

est on, in, for, of or at?

  • EST on November 14, 2012, until 11:59 p.
  • Musa sapientum fixa est in aure.
  • Tune in Monday at 9:30PM EST for Marrying The Game.
  • DAILLY PARISH W EST of Straiton.

estranged from, for, by, to or till?

  • He was estranged from his body.
  • Prior, they were estranged for seven long years.
  • After 1949, the three sisters were never together again, estranged by history.
  • David and Douglas remain estranged to this day.

"euro in", "euro per" or "euro for"?

  • And the Euro in almost terminal.
  • SBP accepts USD and Euro for trade.
  • The > cost is 10 Euro per cert.
  • Pay 20000 Euro to an architects practice.

"everyday for" or "everyday in"?

  • I thank God everyday for my position.
  • I was there everyday in the end.
  • The boys play everyday with them.
  • S DOLLARS everyday of the week.

"evident in" or "evident from"?

  • As evident in the first table in 5.
  • This was very evident from the way Mr.
  • Its seriousness is evident to all.
  • It is very evident by the way it is designed.

evil in, for, to, of or from?

  • Yes, war is evil in all aspects.
  • It must be evil for evil? s sake.
  • These people are evil to the core.
  • He's the least evil of our choices.

evocative of, in, for, about or as?

  • Evocative of the changing times.
  • Either way, the album is evocative in a rather strange way.
  • The story is all the more evocative for its realistic depiction and illustration of Loyie's relatives, who are all featured.
  • There is something eerie and yet evocative about those chants which have echoed down the centuries.

"excellent for" or "excellent in"?

  • Excellent for several ailments.
  • Service: excellent in all areas.
  • Verts is excellent at the back.
  • He will be excellent with? Madrid.

exceptional in, for, at, about or with?

  • Are we exceptional in every way? No.
  • Pretty exceptional for retirees.
  • I'll Have Another was exceptional at that.
  • There's nothing really exceptional about it.

"excessive in" or "excessive for"?

  • There is nothing excessive in this.
  • That is pretty excessive for Irving.
  • That seems excessive to me but that's the law.
  • Secondly, the outstanding debt was still excessive by 2000.

excited about, for, by, at or over?

  • I'd excited about the possible.
  • I was so excited for this trip.
  • Her am achieving excited by it.
  • I'd even all excited at the idea.

exciting for, to, about, in or of?

  • How exciting for a 12 year old.
  • This stuff is so exciting to me.
  • Nothing too exciting about that.
  • But it was exciting in hindsight.

"exclusive to" or "exclusive of"?

  • I won't be exclusive to the studio.
  • Any such prices are exclusive of VAT.
  • These are exclusive for Allah (S.
  • We are always exclusive in quality.

exemplar of, for, in or to?

  • Zizek is the best exemplar of this today.
  • Muhammad (peace be on him) is an excellent exemplar for us all.
  • Malaysia has been a prime exemplar in the Muslim world.
  • Ironically, this is the system the US vaunts as exemplar to the world.

exempt from, under, by, for or in?

  • Fathers are not exempt from this rule.
  • The loan is not exempt under the provisions of paragraph 15(2.
  • Garbage wagons were seen on the streets after this with the sign, ' Exempt by Strike Committee.
  • He was exempt for the tiniest of moments.

exercisable by, at, in, under or on?

  • Powers of several executors or administrators exercisable by one 311.
  • Each option is exercisable at $0.
  • Here, the options will vest but are exercisable on IPO.
  • If a warrant holder does not exercise their Original Warrants by the Expiry Date, the Original Warrants will continue to be exercisable for common shares on the same terms that previously existed.

existing in, on, as, at or for?

  • Existing in this moment is enough.
  • We're all existing on some kind of crosssubsidy.
  • I picture Obama existing as a far away sort of presence.
  • Meta Existing at a different logical level to something else.

expected of, for, in, from or by?

  • His action is as expected of a Chief.
  • I least expected for it to be this F.
  • Beating ai nt part of d ' WORSE ' expected in marriage.
  • And that, my friend, was what i expected from D I A B L O.

"expensive for" or "expensive in"?

  • Expensive for a tinted lip balm.
  • This is very expensive in time.
  • A room with AC is expensive at Rs.
  • It's so expensive to snowboard.

experienced in, of, with, at or by?

  • I'd also very experienced in networking.
  • Speaking form my experienced of owning a VW.
  • Grab the experienced with anyone.
  • She is very experienced at acupuncture alongside IVF.

"explicit in" or "explicit about"?

  • I wasn't explicit in my comment.
  • We need to be explicit about this.
  • He was explicit on what happened.
  • Their objective was made explicit by Rep.

exposed to, for, in, by or on?

  • But I'd more exposed to Jamaican girls.
  • And he gets exposed for the charlatan he is.
  • It lies exposed in an Ontario river.
  • Am worried about our left flank and Santos getting exposed by the pace of Valencia and.

expressive of, in, with, about or as?

  • The countenance then is expressive of the heart.
  • This should be more expressive in 6 months or a year.
  • You are expressive with command on the English language.
  • Mayank hugs her and is very expressive about his love.

external to, as, in, of or for?

  • Nothing is external to the Self.
  • Crosses may be external as well as internal.
  • External in this context means outside of Ireland.
  • There will also be no inquiry external of the military.

extinct in, by, for, within or at?

  • Or went extinct in some places.
  • The platypus frog became extinct by 1991.
  • Maybe mammoths became extinct for a reason.
  • The human race will go extinct within months.

extra for, in, on, to or from?

  • Paid the extra for the airbags.
  • I was an extra in a church scene.
  • Claim this extra on form IHT402.
  • Do not add anything extra to it.

"extraordinary in" or "extraordinary about"?

  • Messi was extraordinary in 2010.
  • Nothing extraordinary about it.
  • It's been extraordinary for me.
  • That seems extraordinary to me.

"extreme in" or "extreme to"?

  • Be extreme in your storytelling.
  • It's extreme to bow to dictators.
  • Ack! A little too extreme for me.
  • No debates! Labeling me extreme is pretty extreme of you.