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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #7892: Prepositions
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    1. Three students were suspected cheating in the examination.

    2. Sally is often not well. She suffers very bad headaches

    3. You know that you can rely me if you ever need any help.

    4. It is terrible that some people are dying hunger while others eat too much.

    5. Are you going to apologise what you did?

    6. The accident was my fault, so I had to pay the damage.

    7. Do you spend much money clothes?

    8. I complimented her her English. She spoke fluently and made very few mistakes.

    9. She hasn't got a job. She depends her parents for money.

    10. They wore warm clothes to protect themselves the cold.

    11. I felt quite cold but Peter insisted having the window open.

    12. His parents don't approve what he does, but they can't stop him.

    13. When I saw Dave, I congratulated him passing his driving test.

    14. Things are very cheap there; you can live very little money.

    15. Everybody said that I was to blame the accident.

    16. Everybody blamed the accident me.

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