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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #81895: Prepositions or No Prepositions
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    Prepositions or No Prepositions

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    English exercise "Prepositions or No Prepositions" created by greg100 with The test builder
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    1. I saw your mother in the street yesterday.
    2. I bought this house the start of the winter.
    3. Where will you be New Year's Day?
    4. We are going to Warsaw next Sunday.
    5. Hurry up,we've got English class 20 minutes.
    6. I am having a party 7th July.
    7. Mark was born in London 1970.
    8. Sunday afternoons they usually go to the theatre.
    9. I last saw her the day before yesterday.
    10. I went to bed early but I wasn't tired.I was watching TV 3 am.
    11. I will have finished this book Friday.
    12. They have been in this country five years.
    13. I last visited him three weeks ago.
    14. I was reading a book all day yesterday.
    15. Tom and Lucy left home last night.
    16. I'll see my sister next Saturday afternoon.
    17. I go to my aunt 's every Christmas.
    18. the beginning we didn't like each other.
    19. My friends will stay here the end of next week.
    20. Hot meals were served 7 p.m. to midnight.

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