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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #2793: Prepositions at, in, to
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Prepositions [Change theme]
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    Prepositions at, in, to

    ' A funny thing happened to me in the sea!

    I didn't feel really at ease...'




    • at a hotel

    • in the sea

    • go to

    • come to

    • at 45 High Street

    • in America

    • in London

    • a trip to

    • on my way to

    • welcome to GB

    • at a friend's

    • in a room

    • in a corner of

    • in the garden

    • have you been to London?

    • at school

    • at college

    • at home

    • at church

    • at work

    • at sea

    • at university

    • in a queue

    • in a row

    • in a line

    • in the front

    • in the back

    • (to) get to work

    • (to) send to bed

    • (to) return to sender


    • be angry at

    • be surprised at

    • be annoyed at

    • in a photo

    • in a mirror

    • in a magazine

    • I went there yesterday

    • be good at + Ving

    • be bad at + Ving

    = > look at

    => laugh at

    => shout at

    => throw at

    • in the rain

    •  in ink

    •  pay in cash

    fall/be in love

    •  in his hand

    • (to) send somebody abroad.

    • at risk

    • at once

    • at last

    • at best / at worst

    • all in all

    • in my opinion

    • in sight

    • in any case

    • in many respects

    • From …to…

    • from Paris to London

    • at his most spectacular

    • at its very worst

    • at a speed of

    • at a temperature of

    • to be in

    • to be in with a chance


    Example 1: We saw her at a concert

    Example 2: It was in London

    Example 3: Let's go to the cinema.

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    1. We spent Christmas Day York.
    2. Did you stay a long time the Cathedral?
    3. What a pity we left the camera home!
    4. We usually put it a case.
    5. What's the easiest way to get York?
    6. We always get off Huddersfield where our daughter picks us up.
    7. We went York to see the old city.
    8. We went to see old friends York.
    9. We had dinner 'Paul and Nancy's': it's a good restaurant.
    10. last we went to our hotel: it was very late.
    11. Tell me a letter if you go there again, will you?
    12. I will take you the best restaurant of the town.

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