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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #94399: Verbs and prepositions
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    Verbs and prepositions

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    1. One day after graduation, Sarah applied a job at a chemical company while claiming to be an environmentalist.

    2. I made an appointment with a doctor two days ago because I was suffering a terrible stomach ache. It turns out I was pregnant.

    3. I talked Bob yesterday. Since his divorce he has been having a ball! This is quite surprising because he seemed to be fond of his wife.

    4. I haven't consulted the train schedule so now I have to ask information in the office at the corner of the street.

    5. The Smiths' house was broken the day before despite the alarm. They were disappointed because the thieves stole all their jewellery.

    6. Don't be so stubborn. Look the problem from their point of view. They have some good arguments too.

    7. If you have psychiatric problems, you have come the right person because I'm a psychologist.

    8. Twenty percent of the inhabitants who grew in this country are illiterate. It's quite a lot.

    9. I dislike zoos because the animals are put captivity whereas they should be free in the jungle or in the savanna.

    10. Thanks to the generosity of donors, the medical equipment was set for the population of poor people living in a drought area.

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