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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #59316: In / at the end
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    In / at the end

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    1. The day before yesterday, I sat an examination. I knew nothing about the subject. I returned a blank paper and left.
    2. Then I didn't know what to do. I just walked alone in the street before going back home.
    3. Yesterday evening I attended a concert of folk music. The musicians were excellent. of the concert everybody applauded.
    4. of the week, I am going to do sport with some friends.
    5. My friends and I talked about what sport to do together. we agreed on riding our bikes.
    6. Today is my mother's birthday. I couldn't manage to decide what gift to offer her. I decided to take her to a Japanese restaurant.
    7. of this month, it will be my birthday. I would like to have an English dictionary.
    8. I would have liked to include nine sentences for this exercise but I had no more idea after the seventh sentence. I gave up and stopped here, at sentence number eight.

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