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Choose the correct option for the following question.
A. Please stop interfering with my romantic life.
B. Please stop interfering into my romantic life
C. Please stop interfering to my romantic life
D. Please stop interfering in my romantic life.

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Last updated date: 22nd Jun 2024
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Hint:A preposition is a word (usually a short word) that sits before a noun to show the noun's relationship with a nearby word. For example, a boy from our village. Here the preposition is to show the relationship between village and boy.

Complete answer:
 Option A) Please stop interfering with my romantic life – This option is not correct because ‘interfere with’ means to prevent something from being done. And it is not forming the meaning of the sentence properly. Hence this is an incorrect option

Option B) Please stop interfering into my romantic life – This option is not correct because ‘Into' expresses a movement or action in an enclosed area. These words do not form complete meaningful sentences. Hence this is an incorrect option.

Option C) Please stop interfering to my romantic life – This option is not correct because the person spoken to is getting involved in the speaker's romantic life so ‘to ‘should not be used. Hence this is an incorrect option

Option D) Please stop interfering in my romantic life – This option is correct because the person spoken to is getting involved in the speaker's romantic life, "in" should be used. 'Interfere in' means 'to get involved in something that doesn't concern you'. Here, the phrase 'interfering in' is preferred in meaning and context. The rest of the options do not adhere to this rule, hence incorrect.

Hence, the correct answer is Option ‘D’.

Note:A preposition is always with an object, As the name says ‘Pre-Position’ – it comes before something. The Pronoun following the Preposition should be an object form. This rule of preposition says, use “into” to express motion toward something and reserve the preposition “in” when you want to indicate a location. Thus, option D is the correct choice.