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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #21743: Prepositions
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    1. I love new experiences - I am always eager the next thing.

    2. Don't be angry me, please.

    3. I have been kept very busy these exercises.

    4. She is capable great things!

    5. He was very cruel his girl-friend when he broke up with her.

    6. The thief said he was also guilty murder.

    7. Italy is south Switzerland.

    8. I am conscious the difficulty of learning these prepositions.

    9. My students are very dear me.

    10. He is very efficient what he does.

    11. I think the people of the former colony are happy to be independent the colonial power.

    12. My old dog is very faithful me.

    13. Are you sure what you are saying?

    14. France lies to the west Switzerland.

    15. Tennis stars are very popular young people.

    16. Some people are unfortunately ignorant geography.

    17. The president of the country became very angry the Google map changes.

    18. I am ready help you now.

    19. I am grateful you for all you have done for me.

    20. I am sad the situation in the world.

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