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    Preposition+ noun pairs


    Choose the best alternative to complete each of the following sentences.




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    1. Do you remember that scene of the movie where Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman have a terrible argument?

    2. When I was a teacher I knew all my pupils .

    3. Who's that standing Sylvie in the photo?

    4. the fact that only three people have signed up for Saturday's concert, I'm afraid we'll have to cancel it.

    5. He knows them both , but he's no idea what their names are.

    6. We were just to see the King arrive at the theatre.

    7. difficulty, you can reach me at this number.

    8. She may seem tough and ruthless, but she's a kind and gentle woman.

    9. You know you can always come to me need.

    10. A mother gave her three children a bar of chocolate and told them to themselves.

    11. The proposal was accepted but we asked for further details before making a final decision.

    12. She never travelled abroad becoming ill through eating foreign food.

    13. These paintings have been my family for generations.

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