Please, don’t laugh . . . . . . those beggars.

A. for

B. against

C. at

D. from

Answer: Option C

Solution(By Examveda Team)

In this sentence, the correct preposition to use after the verb "laugh" is "at." When we laugh at someone or something, it implies that we find them amusing or ridiculous. Therefore, the correct sentence is:
Please, don’t laugh at those beggars.

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Comments ( 3 )

  1. Sidrak Legesse
    Sidrak Legesse :
    2 months ago

    Why not against

  2. Jose Ayarza
    Jose Ayarza :
    4 months ago

    Why it cannot be "for"

  3. Youssef Abouelhassan
    Youssef Abouelhassan :
    2 years ago

    i use your cellphone as i have forgotten mine

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