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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #27094: Prepositions: Finding one's way
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    Prepositions: Finding one's way


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     TO                           we are going to the post office      ( ---------> post office)


     FROM                      we are coming from Paris        ( Paris ---------> ) 

     THROUGH      

     

     ACROSS            across the street      

                                to swim across a river 

      

    TOWARDS         he saw the lion coming towards him 

     

    ALONG               a walk along the beach    

     

     PAST                   go past the station    

     

     OVER                     the sheep jumped over the fence 





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    Let me tell you how to go your house the castle. You ride the MA 163 Wildstone for about 12 km. Go the town until you get the school . Then turn right . Go the church , you come to a roundabout ride on in the direction of Greenhurst. Keep straight on till a crossroads. Go the lights . Ride the road for another 5 km a bridge the river, the forest the meadows . You'll see a windmill in the distance. You'll get the castle very soon. You can't miss it . Remember that the show starts at 8 pm. Don't be late.







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