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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #103943: Prepositions in context
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    Prepositions in context

    Choose the right preposition.

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    1. It is said that King Edward VIII gave his throne in order to marry the woman he loved.

    2. Terry fainted and it was at least ten minutes before he came .

    3. How do you like the dress I have this evening?

    4. Don't come down Heather for having broken the vase! I'm sure she didn't do that on purpose.

    5. The police are looking the past of this suspect.

    6. Thieves broke Sherley's flat when she was on holiday in France.

    7. Which important monuments did your guide point to you during your trip to London?

    8. The football match was put because it was raining cats and dogs.

    9. The secretary picked her pencil which was under her desk.

    10. Michael unfortunately signed the contract without even looking it .

    11. Which engagement ring did William pick for Kate?

    12. The music band had to call two European concerts because the lead singer had lost her voice.

    13. Look John! Don't cross the street here! It's too dangerous!

    14. I am not really sure how to spell this word. I need to look it in the dictionary.

    15. Dear, put your violin. It's time for lunch.

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