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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #129838: Prepositions and adverbs of LOCATION (2)
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    Prepositions and adverbs of LOCATION (2)

    The first lesson test had given you the most usual "tools" . 




    This one is going a little further, not because the expressions are more difficult, but because

    they are used less often! 



     Above and beyond                                                                                                          
     On the surface of                                                 
     At the end of 
     At/ on the tip of 
     In the middle of 
     At the heart of 
     At the centre of 
     In the centre of 




    - on the left/ right of// to the left/ right of

    - it's the house just opposite ours


     Next door 

     Next to/ beside/ At/ by the side of                                                                                                       

     On the other side of/ across                                  
     On the side 
     On one's side
     Side by side 
     On all sides/ on every side




    - He was at/ by my side

    - It's on the other side of the forest

    - The shop across the road


     At the bottom of 
     At the foot of
     At the base of
     On top of/ at the top of                                                                                                        
     At the edge/ on the edge                           




    - At the bottom of the glass

    - At the foot of the tower


     Across/ crosswise 
     Round/ around
     Halfway (between)                                                                                                                        

    - lying across the road





     Remote/ distant// Far-off/ faraway 

     Distant from/ far from                                                                                                       
     In proximity to/ close to                             
     Close by/ near by


    - It's a good way off/ It's a long way off

    - He's somewhere about.

    - It's about the room


     Somewhere/ some place                                                                                                  

     Somewhere else/ elsewhere 

     Some place else 

     Anywhere/ any place 
     Nowhere/ no place 
     Here, there and every where                     




     A place 
     In places/ here and there                                                                                                   
     A site 
     To locate/ situate/ site 
     Situation/ location 
     To be located at/ in 


    There you are! Now, you have all the necessary elements to manage. The test will really be an

    easy task for you!

    Go for it!  


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    A. The little kid was scared the noisy teenagers... Luckily, his mother noticed it and rescued him...

    B. this important match, nothing was decided. It ended in a draw and will have to be played again.

    C. He lives the city and knows nothing of the problems we have here.

    D. 'Paula was sitting my best friend Linda and started talking to her.'

    E. 'The problem is that my key can be ... I don't know where Tom put it... It's not in the drawer where it should be! He must have put it !'

    F. She always goes what is expected of her and always enjoys doing so.

    G. 'I'd really like to live the city, but the rents are too high.

    H. 'My hairdresser's is just the Town Hall. It's quite easy to find.'

    I. British and Japanese cars have the steering wheel side; it may be quite tricky for Europeans to drive them.

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