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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #59456: Prepositions
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    1. I am fond whodunnits(murder mysteries).

    2. He is senior me in all respects.

    3. He prefers the company of books his friends.

    4. My train stopped Hyderabad for quite a long time.

    5. I met my childhood friend Hyderabad, much to my great delight.

    6. He sat me, much to my discomfort,because he has a bad reputation.

    7. I found the ladder leaning the wall.

    8. I usually go there bus.

    9. He covered the mindboggling distance of twelve miles foot.

    10. He is suffering an acute inferiority complex.

    11. We have lived here ten years and are rather bored with the place.

    12. Monday he has been behaving in this way,-like a nut case!

    13. I haven't been to my home town 2000.

    14. I am tired this business.

    15. He approved the work done by me, much to my astonishment.

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