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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #102356: Prepositions In- At
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    Prepositions In- At

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    1. He's gone to the station. He's probably the station now.

    2. He flew from London. He's probably Paris now.

    3. She's gone to school. She's probably school now.

    4. He's gone into the garden. He's probably the garden now.

    5. He's gone to a dinner party. He's probably the dinner now.

    6. They've gone to New York. They're probably New York now.

    7. She's gone to the waiting room. She's probably the waiting room now.

    8. They've come out of the desert. They're probably the jungle now.

    9. He's been sent to prison. He's probably the prison now.

    10. He's gone home. He's probably home now

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