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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #9141: Prepositions are missing
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    Prepositions are missing

    Some prepositions are missing. Find them and put them into the sentences. Do not change the words order.

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    1. I saw you Thursday.
    2. I got up eleven o'clock.
    3. I drove a car the morning.
    4. It rained a lot the spring.
    5. She sang and danced my birthday.
    6. My friend always visited his parents Christmas.
    7. I was born 1976.
    8. My niece broke her leg February..
    9. I felt very tired Christmas day.
    10. What did you do the weekend?
    11. He was a very popular singer the 1980s.
    12. I turned off my computer midnight exactly.
    13. They both were born 28th March.
    14. I went to the pub the evenings.
    15. They broadcast Monday evenings.
    16. My friend slept a lot Saturdays.
    17. We sent a lot of postcards Easter.
    18. World War I and World War II were the 20th century.

    19. I woke up the middle of the morning.

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