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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121712: Prepositional phrases
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    English exercise "Prepositional phrases" created by ayesha with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from ayesha]
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    1. She hasn't told me anything. I'm about her decision.

    2. , family and friends are the most important people in life.

    3. I'm waking up early and going for a run.

    4. The film starts at 19:00. , let's have some dinner.

    5. I'm not music class now. I'd prefer to watch a movie.

    6. Do you like spending time or do you prefer going to the seaside?

    7. She left her house early and arrived to have a coffee before work.

    8. I'm not with him any longer. We lost contact a few years ago.

    9. I'll give you a call if I'm next week. It would be nice to catch up.

    10. I tried to convince her to go but all of my efforts were .









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