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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #22068: Adverbs/prepositions
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    1. She came back from holiday more than a week .
    2. He's leaving a week.
    3. He said he'd call time next week,I don't know when.
    4. So,in a that's in two weeks.
    5. In a week now, I'll be on the beach!
    6. He left an hour too.
    7. We'll stay here the time being.
    8. I won't be here week.
    9. In a month's we'll have the contract.
    10. This time week, she was at the conference.

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