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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #2473: Across / through
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Prepositions [Change theme]
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    Across / through

    Across / through

    1) across :  2 dimensions
    3 dimensions: through.


    across the desert

    (2 dimensions: no obstacles)

     through the forest

    (3 dimensions with the trees)

    2) We often use across (and not through) for rivers, lakes... (when you swim)

    She swam across the Thames.

    Exercise : Use across or through.

    English exercise "Across / through" created by lucile83 with The test builder
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    1. He ran the crowd.
    2. She walked the empty street.
    3. He walked for three days the jungle.
    4. She went the market and bought vegetables.
    5. They went the glacier last week.
    6. They drove the desert.
    7. The tourists walked the temple.
    8. The children went the cemetery.
    9. The patient went the empty corridor to his room.
    10. All the people went the village.

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