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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #129113: Prepositions 2/2
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Frequent mistakes | Making portraits, describing | Prepositions [Change theme]
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    Prepositions 2/2

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    1. She startled when the voice interrupted her fruitless tries to introduce her key that goddam key hole...

    2. " Hello, Madam, may I help you, perhaps… ? Have you got any problem your key… ? "

    3. Wouldn't you have taken the wrong car chance ? Suddenly, she realised that it wasn't hers !

    4. « Hello Sir, I'm sorry, I've made a mistake… I really believed it was my car. » - « Well, don't bother, that's nothing bad, he told her smiling, that sometimes happens… may I offer you a drink, please ? « Well... it 'd be very nice, now,

    5. I should already be at school

    6. take my children

    7. hook or

    8. crook, I'm late !

    9. Here 's my car the opposite lane… I'll go! Good bye Sir."

    10. « Good bye Madam, pleased have met you! »

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