There is an Exception ___ every rule.  

A. On
B. To
C. In
D. For

Answer

Correct Answer: B. To


Detail About MCQs

The idiom “exception to the rule” is commonly used, and “to” is the correct preposition to use in this context. It signifies that there is something that deviates from the general rule. Options A, C, and D are not the appropriate prepositions in this case.

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