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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #46506: Expressions with 'at'
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    1. The car came round the corner at full ( )   [s...].

    2. I'm not exactly sure how old he is,but at a ( )   [g...] .I'd say about forty-five.

    3. He was a very good shot and could kill an elk at a ( )   [d...] of 300 metres.

    4. We decided to leave at ( )   [d...] in order to get there before midday.

    5. Although we had not met before ,my host soon made me feel completely at ( )   [h...].

    6. He was very reluctant to do it at ( )   [f...], but in the end he agreed.

    7. Despite what people might hope,women are still at a ( )   [di...] when it comes to getting a top job.

    8. The normal price was 25 euros , but since I knew him, he let me have them at a ( )   [d...].

    9. Working in a bank isn't the most exciting job in the world, perhaps, but at ( )   [l...] it pays the rent .

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