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USING PREPOSITIONS EXERCISE BOOK
by Edward R. Rosset
Using Prepositions Exercise Book
Written by / Escrito por Edward R. Rosset. Member of the Bachelor of Arts Association of Euskadi. Miembro del Colegio de Licenciados de Filosoffa y Letras de Euskadi. Revised by / Revisado por Editorial Stanley Published by / Editado por Editorial Stanley Layout / Diseno y Maquetacidn Angela Gbmez Martfn Front page design / Disefio portada Diseno (rune's © Editorial Stanley Apdo. 207 - 20300 IRUN - SPAIN Telf. (34) 943 64 04 12 - Fax. (34) 943 64 38 63 ISBN: 84-7873-325-6 Dep. Leg. BI-2976-03 First edition / Primera edicibn 2000 Second edition / Segunda edicibn 2003 Printers / Imprime: Imprenta Berekintza
Using Prepositions • Exercise Book
Prologue List of English Prepositions About • Above • On • On to • Onto • Over -Up Across • Through • Throughout Beside • Besides • Aside After • Behind • Beyond • Past Until • Till • As far as • Up to Between • Among • Within
On • At • In
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Answer the following questions: Hung out to dry Match numbers with letters Crossword with prepositions Assorted Ask questions for these answers By Candle Light There are 15 prepositions. Find them Finish the sentences Assorted Crossword of prepositions Free Drinks Assorted Skin Trouble Assorted Find the 13 prepositions
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From • Of • Off • Since • With Into • To • Towards Round • Around • About During -For As • Like Below • Down • Under • Beneath • Underneath Against • Opposite • In front of Out of • Outside -Out For • By • Along Assorted • Typing Crossword with prepositions Complete the joke with prepositions. Guillotines Assorted Assorted Crossword with prepositions Putting out the fire Assorted You will find 11 prepositions in this word square Assorted Which is the correct answer? Assorted
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Despite • In spite of • Instead of • Instead .. 33
Which is the correct answer? Assorted Match numbers with letters SwimmingPool Assorted Find the 12 prepositions Ask questions for these answers Assorted Find the 13 prepositions Another Coffee Answer these questions Assorted Assorted Assorted Assorted Answer Key
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Using Prepositions • Exercise Book
Las preposiciones inglesas son, quiza, uno de los puntos ma's conflictivos del idioma ingles para aquellos que quieran adquirir un completo dominio de la lengua. En muchos de los casos las preposiciones inglesas no se corresponden con sus homologas de otros idiomas. • I am waiting for Peter. • Estoy esperando a Pedro. En otros casos, en un idioma puede que haya preposici6n mientras que en el otro idioma no la hay. • I saw James last night. • Vi a Jaime ayer noche. Con los libros Guide to Prepositions y Using Prepositions tratamos de proporcionar al estudiante y al profesional de la traducci6n una ayuda para facilitates su trabajo.
English prepositions are perhaps one of the most difficult points of the English language for those who want to acquire a thorough knowledge of the language. Very often English prepositions do not correspond to their homologues in other languages. • I am waiting for Peter. • Estoy esperando a Pedro. In other cases, there may be a preposition in one language where there is no preposition in the other language. • I saw James last night. • Vi a Jaime ayer noche. With the Guide to Prepositions and Using Prepositions we provide students and professionals with a practical tool to help them in their work.
Sobre el uso de este libro
El libro Using Prepositions es un libro de ejercicios, complementario del Guide to Prepositions. Encontramos que muy a menudo, las preposiciones en ingle's no se corresponden con las espanolas. Por lo tanto, los estudiantes encuentran difi'cil saber exactamente que preposicion usar en una frase dada. En este libro el estudiante encontrara cientos de ejercicios que le ayudaran a dominar el difi'cil arte del uso de las preposiciones. Las mas conflictivas han sido agrupadas en la primera parte del libro, siendo sus diferencias explicadas con ejemplos. En la segunda parte, todos los ejercicios estan mezclados. El estudiante debe elegir que preposicion usar basandose en el sentido de la frase.
How to use this book
The book Using Prepositions is an exercise book to complement Guide to Prepositions. We find that, very often, prepositions in English do not correspond to the Spanish ones. Therefore, students find it very difficult to know exactly which preposition to use in a given sentence. In this book students will find hundreds of exercises to help them master the difficult art of using prepositions. The most confusing ones have been grouped together in the first part of the book and their differences explained with examples. In the second part all the exercises have been mixed together. The student must find which preposition to use with only the context of the sentence as a guide.
Using Prepositions • Exercise Book List of English Prepositions about above according to across after against along among around as far as at because of before behind below beneath beside besides between beyond by despite down during except for from in in front of inside in spite of instead of into like near out of outside over past round since through throughout till to toward(s) under underneath until up upon up to with within without of off on on to opposite but VI STANLEY .
Using Prepositions Exercise Book .
apropiado para especialistas. 'en'. (Caminaron calle arriba) . Cuando queremos significar 'por encima'.They must be on to something good. (El agua les llegaba por encima de la cintura) Above y over Los dos se pueden usar con el significado de 'mas alto que'. (Deben de haber encontrado algo bueno) Up Up puede ser preposicion y adverbio. (Sigamos con el siguiente paso en la agenda) . 'estar detras de uno'. 'contra'. charla. (Siempre esta encima mi'o) . . Tambien con numeros y expresiones de cantidad o medida se usa over. usamos over. . Se usa con verbos de movimiento.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book About • Above • On • On to • Onto • Over • Up A textbook on American history.There were over 2. About se usa cuando la informacion que se da es mas general.Let's move onto the next item. etc.000 personas) .000 m. (Habia ma's de 2.. above sea-level.000 m. (Habia cantidad de nubes sobre el sur del Pat's de Gales) .000 people. o el estilo de la comunicacion es mas casual.Shall I put the vase onto the shelf? (iPongo el jarron en la estanten'a?) .The plane was flying over France.He's always on to me. arti'culo. About y on What's the difference between a book about cooking and a book on cooking? On se usa para sugerir que un libro. (El avion estaba volando sobre Francia) . es serio o academico. 'sobre'.She was over 18 anyway. 'en'. (La cumbre de esta montana esta a mas de 6.They walked up the street.There are a lot of clouds over the south of Wales. Compare: . The temperature was four degrees above zero. 'a'. On to significa 'meterse con uno'. (La temperatura era de cuatro grades sobre cero) (De todas formas tenfa mas de 18 anos) Usamos above cuando pensamos en medidas en la escala vertical (de arriba a abajo). Como preposicion significa 'arriba'. (Un libro de texto sobre la historia americana) A book about American civilization. 'cubriendo'. 2 STANLEY .The summit of this mountain is over 6. por encima del nivel del mar) Onto y on to Onto es una preposicion que significa 'encima'. (Un libro sobre la civilizacion americana) The water came above/over their waists.
all suspicion. Stop beating 35. And while you're it. 19. 14. There were five or six books spread all the table. The poor woman was weeping the death of her husband. 31. the need for it. we're to start. 25. the bush. 30. What's he so angry 26. Don't worry that. I've written a book Hannibal crossing the Alps. mind what you're 37. His head was bent 38. I was wondering myself. Does he have any authority them? 33. 7. The old man was very angry the delay. The plane was flying 15. 23. 3 STANLEY . it. Tell me all our 21. My grandfather likes to boast his feats in the war. He's very careless sonal appearance. 22. 32. She was furious mistake. deception. I'm not their enemies. 10. 5. 36. his ears. 6. Please sit down. don't act on impulse. That man must be he's fifty at least. His hat was the clouds. The woman is somewhere the place. Be careful. 28. We could hardly hear each other the loud music. 9. Think 18. 11. We are well 4. 39. What does he want to see me ? 40. that 29. She is 8. There was something strange that girl. The helicopter was hovering the little village. You must be certain facts before you do anything. We all agree more schools. Why don't you ask him the ring you lost yesterday? 27. They are laughing strange clothes. 3. 16. why don't his per- you write my Christmas cards too? 34. I dropped the keys somewhere the place. The Romans were victorious a book. 24. his forty. the 20. He increased his influence the others. her head. He won the audience. I'll ? sea level. me. That girl is 13. I'm writing a book flowers. She's wrong like that. see to it. She put her umbrella 12. 2. 17.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book About • Above • On • On to • Onto • Over • Up 1.
They had a discussion a) on b) about c) onto the radio. a) on b) onto them about the c) over d) about 28.I couldn't care less a) over 2. c) on to d) on 15. We've been walking the town all c) on d) over that business. Don't toss your money a) above b) on to 26. a) on b) onto c) over a chair and fell. Don't cry a) over 3. a) on b) over the tree and take the c) above d) up your d) over our future. c) about d) over suspicion. They escaped a) on b) onto the border. c) about your work. Let's get a) on b) across c) over d) about the d) about 7. c) over d) onto 8. I'm curious a) on b) above 18. c) over d) about 13. a) about b) above 6. c) about d) above d) over the pain in missing money. He came a) up b) over b) on it! c) about d) above a) on with a solution. d) about that. He tumbled a) up 11. a) about b) over c) on d) above it. She tripped a) on b) over 9. I'm very doubtful that. c) over d) above his attitude that c) on to this business. He's crazy a) on b) over 4 STANLEY .1 wish you'd do something hair. a) about b) on c) above 20. We have no control a) about b) on 29. something will turn 22. a) about b) on c) over 10. c) about d) above the d) above . We're very uneasy a) on to b) onto 21. b) above c) over d) about 19. a) up b) about 23. a) up 27. Let's climb apples. The police are 12. She is a) on d) about 4. c) on d) over day. a) about b) on the wisdom of c) over d) above 14. it looks terrible. The volume is b) over c) on d) above too low. I really don't know what all the fuss is a) over b) about c) up b) above spilt milk. You'll see it in the a) on b) onto paragraph. The huge boulder crashed down the car. He stepped out of the train a) up b) over c) about d) on platform. He consulted a doctor his shoulder. Turn b) above a stone here. There were cigarette butts all place. b) onto c) over d) about d) on 17.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book About • Above • On • On to • Onto • Over • Up Which is the correct answer? 1. And while you are a) up b) about 24. c) onto that woman. d) over 5. Something will happen. There's something worries me. c) about d) above 16. c) over d) onto 25.
M. 10. They have supremacy 9.. C. H. He's very careless 13. G. They have supremacy . My window opens . There's a lecture 5 STANLEY . on chemistry. 7. 11.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book About • Above • On • On to • Onto • Over • Up Join the sentences 1. up to it. You can always count. The child climbed up . over other countries. He's very excited . He's very careless ... The child climbed up 15. over a woman.. 4. You can always count 14. on to the park. 8. The two men fought 5.... over a fallen chair... A. The two men fought. D. The old man stumbled . about the project. J.. 15. This is a story . 6. 5. 0. L. onto the path.. The dog came straight 12.. What are you 2. 13. talking about? about him. What are you .. onto his father's shoulders.. 14. I'm very glad 10. F. 1.. about you passing your driving test... This is a story 11.. 2. on me. K.. 3. He's very excited 3. The dog came straight. Today I don't feel 6. N. I'm very glad .. My window opens 4. 12. The old man stumbled 7.. I.. about his appearance.... I have my suspicions 8. Today I don't feel .. There's a lecture . I have my suspicions .. 9. I'm tired.. B... about ghosts. E.
You can see that throughout the country. through Los dos significan lo mismo: 'a traves'. (Salto a traves de la ventana) Throughout Puede ser preposicion o adverbio. (Se puede ver eso por todo el pat's) Como preposicion significa 'por todo'. Sin embargo. They walked through the forest. across se usa cuando nos referimos a una superficie. (Caminaron a traves del bosque) He jumped through the window. (Lei el libro de cabo a rabo) 6 STANLEY . o pasamos de un lado a otro (por ejemplo un rio). (Cruzo el rio a nado) Through Through se usa cuando hablamos acerca de una cavidad o espacio tridimensional. (Cruzaron la carretera) He swam across the river. They walked across the road. 'en todo' Como adverbio significa 'hasta el final'. I read the book throughout.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Across • Through • Throughout Across. .
18. After the storm we were all soaked the the country to the his the mist. The morning light stole shutters. the river and 22. the trees. He swept his hand his hair. These people are smuggling drugs customs. collected stamps. When I saw her. the the sand. The rescue party cut forest. They pushed their way the lake. gloomy house the road. the 19. We went for a walk the fields. 12. 28. References to love keep occurring the poem. The wind screamed 40. 20. They thrust their way crowd. puddles.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Across • Through • Throughout 1. the 24. The tree crashed window. The house was hardly visible the mist. 4. She squeezed the narrow gap. They are rowing 39. crowd. 5. Air pressure forces the water the pipe. The banana skin slipped 10. I came my way home. thank 11. A feeling of horror swept the crowd. 34. I'm afraid the project has fallen those 3. The elephants smashed bushes. 21. 33. The story was splashed front page. We'll have to cut reach the village. 23. 13. 30. The children cut a field. 26. 7. The baby slept thunderstorm. The water filters 25. There was a huge. He got goodness. the 35. his life he had always 27. 31. They tunnelled their way 16. They are going to build a new bridge the river. 2. fingers. 7 STANLEY . his exams. she was looking the window. My property extends fields. 38. the 37. 29. The children splashed the road. the 36. The church is just 9. A message has just come 15. the the street. There's a garage 6. He sailed the examination. my old teacher on 14. She could see people 8. The road snakes mountains. 32. 17. They all swam soon reached the other side.
Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Beside • Besides • Aside Beside Es una preposicion que significa 'al lado de' o 'junto a'. (No me gustan estos libros. Besides geography. besides. adenitis no son los que estoy buscando) It's too cold to go out. significa 'tambien'. they're not what I'm looking for. Stand aside please. there's a good programme on TV. tenemos que estudiar literatura) Who was at the partys besides John and the Millbanks? (iQuien estaba en la fiesta edema's de John y los Millbank?) Besides como adverbio.I hardly watch any TV. ademas hay un buen programs en la tele) Aside Aside puede ser preposicion y adverbio. (Apartense. antes de una oracion. Como preposicion tiene un significado parecido a 'ademas de'. (Hace demasiado fn'o para salir. I don't like those books. Generalmente va seguido de coma. 'ademas'. dejen pasar la ambulancia) 8 STANLEY . aside from the news. (Apenas veo la tele. Como adverbio significa 'a un lado'. let the ambulance pass. (Ademtis de geografia. . Who's that beautiful girl sitting beside Peter? (iQuien es esa preciosa joven sentada junto a Pedro?) Besides Besides es tanto preposicion como adverbio. we have to study literature. cuando queremos afiadir alguna informacion nueva a la que ya tenemos. besides. por favor. aparte de las noticias) Como preposicion tiene el significado de 'excepto por'.
Every month we put money for a rainy day. 34. 18. 40. 15. darts? and told me for me. Nobody cares about me 19. 11. There will be ten of them for lunch. 7. Peter. I always keep this book just in case. We'll have to put any idea of a holiday this year. The beautiful girl sat 9. She pulled the curtain 2. Do you play any other sports 8. He took me about his illness. 32.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Beside • Besides • Aside 1. me. He sat the dark-haired girl. cousin. 30. 20. 27. His efforts look feeble yours. I have no relations. He was himself with you. it's not your fault. Stand pass! and let these people . an old 22. She was when she saw the mess. 10. He has two other cars the one he's driving. her good looks she has 39. This is our youngest child. Our school stands a me. and let me pass! and told me 25. She called me what had happened. a bit of a distant 35. 33. herself with rage grief when his wife died. 17. 23. 37. . the point. The baby giraffe stood its mother. 14. 21. 3. 28. being expensive. I'll some money 24. river. Stand ambulance. 38. this piece seems rather disappointing. your earlier work. The film was in black and white. I don't mind you being late. 29. 26. 13. When she passed her exam she was herself with joy. We haven't time to see it. Put this pullover come with the money later. it's bad. being too long. Stand and let her in. He pushed the old woman me. nothing else. I've had offers from several American companies and two British ones 16. The exact cost is . There were twelve people at the party. we have two others 36. There were 15 people at the meeting the speaker. and make way for the 9 STANLEY . it's very boring. 31. I have no relatives uncle. me. Susan came and sat 12. 4. She swept the curtains 5. We've set for our retirement. He stepped 6.
(Me pondre en contacto con usted despues de llegar) . o then o after that. (Voy a comer. Como preposicion significa 'mas alia de'. . (No podemos dejar detras a nuestro perm) Beyond Beyond puede ser preposicion y adverbio. nunca de futuro.He ran past.He left a good memory behind him.We can't leave our dog behind.) 10 STANLEY . . Como preposicion significa 'detras'.Look at the river and the mountains beyond. . despues voy a estudiar) Behind Behind puede ser preposicion y adverbio.I'm going to have my lunch. (Paso corriendo. (Dejo detras un buen recuerdo) . and then I'm going to study. . Como preposicion significa 'por delante de'.They went beyond the river. Como adverbio significa 'mas alia'.They drove past the house.I'll get in touch with you after I arrive. el adverbio es afterwards.) .Using Prepositions • Exercise Book After • Behind • Beyond • Past After After va seguido de presente. Como adverbio significa 'detras. Como adverbio significa 'pasar'. After no se usa como adverbio. (Mira el no y las montanas detras) . Significa 'despues de'. 'mas lejos'. (Pasaron en coche por delante de la casa. (Fueron ma's alla del no) Past Past puede ser preposicion y adverbio.
I don't trust her. 'Will you look me. Don't forget to lock the door you when you leave. just 15. 24. 30. us 38. 11 STANLEY . we finish this. the counter as a 'Yes. its post office. me. She's like her mother. My parents are going out so I have to look my little brother. the children?' 8. 29. 23. There's always a man 20. 14. What you are telling me is belief. We'll name the baby darling. Has the number 27 bus gone yet? 37.' 28. 2. 25. repair. We'll name the little baby mother. The dog went the cat. the age the age when she 17. This car is repair. They have been inquiring your father. That kind of money was quite our reach. him. The policeman ran he escaped. She takes her mother. 5. 40. The sports car thundered and vanished into the distance. 7. She works sales assistant. He shaved off his beard wearing it for twenty years.I can't understand the lesson. They were standing in the queue. 34. working. we can do that 13. it's quite the 6. This old man is recognition. the 35. 18. The storm left a trail of destruction it. at us. 31. After so many years the town had changed 27. but 21. This watch is I'm afraid. There are many people scenes. I'll take care of them. What's and pearl necklace? a scheme. There's a good film on the day tomorrow. Few people live him. 19.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book After • Behind • Beyond • Past 1. what she did. I'd like to know who is all that. These treaties are usually negotiated the scenes. The little boy was hiding armchair. 9. 10. He comes here day day. He walked without looking you. They were set at liberty questioning. She was walking two steps 39. I'm afraid. She set the dog 16. 12. 36. the 4. the new dress of a hundred. The four children were trailing their mother. She's needs a babysitter. 22. We'll do this first. 3. 33. 32.1 live in this street. 26. 11.
(Caminemos hasta el puente) Up to Up to significa 'hasta' cuando se sube o se trepa. . . We'll have to walk up to the top of the hill.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Until • Till • As far as • Up to Until.Let's walk as far as the bridge.Let's wait until/till Friday. .Let's wait until/till he comes. till Until o till puede ser preposicidn o conjuncion. (Tendremos que caminar hasta lo alto de la colina) 12 STANLEY . Como conjuncion significa 'hasta que'. (Esperemos hasta el viernes) Como preposicion tiene el significado de 'hasta'. (Esperemos hasta que llegue) As far as As far as significa 'hasta' en distancia.
35.m.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Until -Till -As far as. They climbed the stairs 17. 1 6. 12. the tower. 3 o'clock the a)ttic and get the 27. the you cain along the cliff. Manchester I tell you. 18. 7. 10 o'clock. 3. He didn't have a gilrfriend he was 25. I was up in the morning. 26. 36. 34. She won't stop shouting you let her go. Wait the rain stops. Go old trunk. the tower. The boy climbed top of the tree. She could hardly walk the window. We'll go on this train. Hadn't you better wait he gets here? 15. Don't open the parcel your birthday. Continue in this direction you see an old church. We waited 6. I am concerned. Nobody knew the secret the old man's death. It's OK 5. 37. Nothing happened three o'clock 30. They'll work if necessary. 13. the door. 31. the top of the . he spoke she hadn't realized he was a foreigner. Don't move 14. We'll walk 9. I'll be here 19. Once he starts he won't stop he finishes. 32. He was a clerk 39. 10. Run the old castle and 11 . Continue in this direction you see a sign. Walk 24. 23. nine p. 33. wait there. you call me. the war. Continue in this direction the old church. He was awake in the morning. you hear from me. two o'clock. The soldiers waited they got new orders. I'll race you hill. He climbed the rope 38.lt may last the top of the hill. Friday. Wait she sees that. 2. 13 STANLEY the roof. now I have always lived alone. The two athletes ran 22. There was nobody around I could see. We are going the hill. the top of 25. They came 20. 29. 4. four o'clock. 21. 28. We played cards 8.Up to 1. Wait 40.
amongst Among. preguntar dentro) 14 STANLEY . 'entremedias'. . amongst es preposicion y significa 'entre'. Se usa con dos personas o cosas. Como adverbio significa 'dentro'. don't get between.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Between • Among • Within Between Puede ser preposicion y adverbio. Se usa cuando hay mas de dos (cosas o personas). (Dejalos. Leave them alone. 'dentro de'. . (Vi una casa entre los arboles) Keep the children within call.Our house is between the church and the post office. . 'por medio'. (Nuestra casa esta entre la iglesia y correos) Como preposicion significa 'entre'. no te metas en medio) Among. (Se necesita pinche de cocina-. (Ten a los ninos al alcance de la voz) The job must be done within a week. 'a menos de'. (Entra y pregunta dentro) . Within Within puede ser preposicion y adverbio.I saw a house among the trees.Enquire within. Como adverbio significa 'en medio'. (El enemigo estaba a menos de dos millas) Como preposicion significa 'al alcance de'.Kitchen porter wanted: apply within. (El trabajo debe de estar terminado dentro de una semana) The enemy was within two miles.
Go and see everybody living the area. She works 38. 17. You have to read 14. 2. the two horses. 36. the limits of my France modest talent. Mrs Rogers divided the cake Jean and John. 39. The whole thing was an inch of collapsing. The poor boy was at a loss all the women. 9. 29. 26. She felt small 32. the poor. Those people are always arguing themselves. What's the difference horse and a mule? 20. We drank a bottle of wine 23. you and me. There's a close resemblance the two boys. 8.1 could see a house 31. It is the trees. the bridge. They divided the stolen money all of them. it's impossible the 30. a 15 STANLEY . you and me. They split the work 25. Irun is on the border and Spain. I'm looking for a house a mile from the station. 12. 16. There's a close relation rainfall and crops. an hour. She felt lost 35. He finds it hard to live his income. 27.I had to choose the two girls. A phone call is cheaper 8 pm and 6 am. 18. three and four. 21. those people. There's no understanding husband and wife. the two of us. those present were the President and his wife. 10. 13. 33. There was a race 15. That's the difference and me. the two boys. 22. Don't be afraid. the two poles. those present was the Prime Minister. 37. The village has four pubs a hundred yards.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Between • Among • Within 1. you're friends. 3. They kept arguing themselves. I live the church and the lines. 34. They arrived 19. The four children shared the sweets them. She turned two and three tons. it can't be done. them. They shared the money two criminals. It weighs 24. 28. 4. We'II lay a cable 40. 11. 5. 6.There's a bell the you 7. patient's reach. to do it.
The dog is in the kitchen. On se usa para hablar sobre la posicion en una Imea o en una superficie. (Los ninos estaban nadando en el no) 16 STANLEY . at. (Estaba sentada en una silla) On a surface At a point Turn left at the traffic lights. (Hay un bonito pueblo en el no) On a line There's a motel on this road. in En general on. (Habfa un cuadro en la pared) -She was sitting on a chair. A veces. la diferencia entre ellos es dificil de ver. (Estaba de pie en el cruce de carreteras) In three dimensions De todas formas. (Gira a la izquierda en el semiforo) She was standing at the crossroads. y no siempre es facil saber cual de ellos es correcto. In se usa para hablar sobre posicion en un lugar que tenga tres dimensiones. (Hay un motel en esta carretera) There was a picture on the wall. Por regla general: At se usa cuando hablamos sobre posicion en un punto. There's a nice little village on the river. in y at se usan para hablar acerca de la posicion en el espacio. (el perro estd en la cocina) The children were swimming in the river.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book On • At • In On. recomendamos al estudiante que se refiera al libro Guide to Prepositions que contiene una recopilacion exhaustiva de ejemplos. como hay muchas excepciones.
Using Prepositions • Exercise Book On • At • In 1. the the speed anguish. There was no name door. I have been work all day. poverty. telling jokes. This is an attack 36. 27. Don't turn your back people. so we knocked. 13. She is very annoyed way he behaves. He's awful 39. 32. 34. The poor woman yelled 3. 4. There were a lot of people music. 17. 6. The man was very advanced years. 20. She wondered with which the letter arrived. They had very little information to work the aid of charity. 11. That girl is very good 5. How much interest are we paying the loan? 9. He advises the Government economic affairs. 16. a gallon. All the soldiers aimed 30. 18. There's no agreement 28. 33. 38. I'm very annoyed carelessness. You're very bad changing nappies. She's very keen 14. There was a huge lamp the ceiling. The car was stopped traffic lights. a branch. They were all in attendance the ceremony. 21. We don't admit anybody else our club. 40. She was accompanied the piano by her father. 35. 8. The old man was absorbed his task. You must admit you are the wrong. They all agreed course of action. the bus. 26. the best 2. The passengers were very angry being delayed. I refuse to spend so much money a pair of running shoes. Turn left roundabout. There are eight pints 12. We're banking your help. 17 STANLEY . 7. There was a man standing the corner of the room. 29. agony. The little bird alighted 31. She's an expert computer. 24. 10. You must be very accurate this kind of work. He was writhing about metal. The cameras zoomed in his face. 37. 22. 23. 15. 25. programming a your the the target. Acid acts 19. We're collecting money that point. the tennis.
The little boy clutched a) on b) at c) in 20. I'm speaking colleagues. We had to call a) at b) on these a) on b) at c) in c) at cash. 21. please. 16. I like to bet my money c) at God. a) at b) in c) on you one trust. The little girl entered the room tears. her 13. 8. 2. A marriage must be based 10. Don't put the blame a) at b) in c) on doing things. Hannibal was blind eye. 3. He's very clumsy a) in b) on c) at my hand.We'll pay him a) at b) on 15. The theory is based a) at b) in c) on mind. a) on b) at c) in behalf of my 22. c) in wood. a) in b) on 9. We'll take vengeance day. He tucked his shirt a) in b) at c) on 12. 14. The little statue was carved a) in b) at c) on 17. She hadn't bargained husband coming back so early.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book On • At • In Which is the correct answer? 1. c) in an expert. b) in c) at his trousers. She beat him me. 4. The four dogs were barking a) on b) at c) in practice. me. I can't see anything. turn lights. Have you any comments scandal? a) at b) in c) on 19. a) at b) on c) in 18 STANLEY . We must put our trust a) in b) on c) at 23. The four volumes were bound leather. a) on b) at c) in his right a) at b) on c) in the 6. 18. a) on 11. You have to bear that a) in b) on c) at his own game. What are your views matters? a) on b) in me. a) on b) in c) at the a) on b) in c) at horses. The dog came straight 5. a) at b) on c) in 24. 7.
trust. 26. a new Mercedes. doing 38. 29. 15. Don't put the blame 8. Hello. his 10. turn the lights. you 30. his own game. She doesn't confide anybody. I saw them chemistry. practice. There's a lecture my hand. these shoes before you God. elbow. 28. The little boy tugged one eye. Angrily he smashed the glasses the table. 12. the 36. 17. I'll go with you. Don't vent your anger your wife. 35. The soldiers charged enemy. the the my son. all these 13. You have to bear that 5. 9. We must put our trust 23. 37. mind. 32. 11 We'll take vengeance one day. I beat him 6. an expert. The dogs were barking 3. She hadn't bargained violent reaction. anything with his hands. me. 33. me. He tucked his shirt trousers. 27. I'm speaking colleagues. This is an elementary course German. I have confidence 31. The little boy clutched 20. 34. Try buy them. The dog came straight 18. They took compassion children. please. A marriage must be based 24. The four volumes were bound leather. 40. I'll let you go that you come back early. She congratulated him passing his exams. I can't see anything. I like to bet my money horses. He's very clumsy 39. What are your views matters? 14 On my way home I'll call Susan's. The little statue was carved wood. behalf of my me. Charles. We had to call 16. 25.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book On • At • In 1. Congratulations your success. condition those my such a 22. There's a change weather. 21 . Orellana was blind 7. You can count me 19 STANLEY . Have you any comments scandal? 19. You know that you can always count me. The theory is based 4. 2.
On • At • In the party the beach the table the train the teatre the ceiling three o'clock sea Friday an island page 20 night the table the wall war the 2nd floor 20 STANLEY .
That's based 30. 39. She's a graduate 36. The poor woman was the pole. her own. 19. pain. She's very charming the the your surface. 32. the 31.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book On • At • In 1. 7. her new 4. I was very surprised news. the 8. She was 23. 27. 38. 9. I saw him the door. We'll go 10. the 35. She was lying 12. the 40. He cast a glance headlines. She bought it 17. 14. I attended dinner request.1 could see some clouds horizon. the sole New Year's day. 15. There were fifty people most. There's a concert Albert Hall. 21. What are you getting law. There's a flag 20. ? the half price. Those people are the jury. He was sitting armchair. 11. the 29. the the traffic 34. 33. He was very advanced 26. This is the biggest country the world. There's something of my shoe. She's stuck boyfriend. 21 STANLEY . The little girl was the 18. They got stuck 28. personal taste. He stood 5. He was waiting lights. purpose. his 37. She was car. my way. ? strike. the the mud. There weren't many people the plane. the way here. He ordered the soldiers to fire will. We heard the news radio. 2. You did it 6. He fixed his eyes beautiful woman. the back of the 22. They dined cold chicken. There's something ceiling. We succeeded him talk.30 train. 25. He arrived 3. making the sofa. years. 16. I'll come to see you birthday. Whose side are you 24. The dog was 8. 13.
I saw your mother 3. L.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book On • At • In Match numbers with letters 1. He was stirring 11. These people are spying 17. That man will stop 10. The stress falls 8. That was a storm 5. in his sleep. They sprinkled water 16. J. They kept a lot of food 6. at Bristol University. She spends all her money 14. on me. He's an expert 15. eight hours at a stretch. in electronics. The stress falls 8. D. In this factory they work 9. at the butcher's. N. I saw your mother 3. She spends all her money 14. B. in their tracks.That man will stop 10. In this factory they work 9. in a tea-cup. He's studying 2. 22 STANLEY . These people are spying 17. C. He's studying 2. Take a look A. They stopped dead 7. O. on the envelope. Take a look 1. All the church goers 4. K. on the path. were at church. at nothing. He's an expert 15. on clothes. They sprinkled water 16. at this. in store. I. They kept a lot of food 6. M. He was stirring 11. All the church goers 4. E. Stick the stamp 12. F. on the second syllable. H. at college Q. G. Stick the stamp 12. They stopped dead 7. That was a storm 5. He is still 13. He is still 13. P.
the enemy. I live 39 The two dogs sniffed me like that! that deal. We both live 23. 40 My grandfather is very soft the children. 17. My sister lives Avenue. the sight 13. 14. 16. 15. 28. Keep watching us. We moved last week. you know. The fish snapped 9. 3. Bristol. talking. Are you interested 11. 34. It was love the all sides. don't shout ancient art? me! 31. but we haven't settled yet. other. 7. Soak the bread 2. the bait. I can hear you. 38. . 23 STANLEY . All the books were shelves. a snail's pace. They advanced 8. She was sickened of the body. the profits. somebody is 36. first sight. the 32. The dog snarled postman. They have lost a lot 20. The old woman shook her fist me. milk. 18. 21. The old man sneered their ettorts. 12. her as a daughter. 10. Someone was knocking door. his the 30. These two parts are separated the joint. the news. The little girl smiled sweetly 5. You have to show your ticket the entrance. They have involved her crime.. Brentwood 22. 35. her. 20 Banbury Lane. He carried the heavy log shoulder. Don't look 19. Soldiers were attacking 33. You must never laugh other 37. The bells ring intervals throughout the day 6. He shot 26. The soldiers shot 29. The poor little girl is lacking warmth. We were shocked 27. That money is not to be sneezed . the 4. They are all very keen climbing.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book On • At • In 1. each people. singing the lady's regular 25. We shared him. It's soluble water. She looks 24. He snatched handbag. They all joined carols.
don't laugh (other people) 11. The two cats sniffed (each other) 24 STANLEY . All the volumes were kept (shelves) 18. Everybody was shocked when they heard the news (radio) 17. don't shout (me) 3. She was sickened (sight/body) 25. The young man sneered (we/ efforts) 4. These things were separated (bottom) 27. The huge shark snapped (bait) 5. Her father lives (South Avenue) 14. We have all lost a lot (deal/that) 13. We live (1 7 North Avenue) 23. It's not soluble (water) 28. I'm not deaf. I'm not interested (vases/ancient) 7. It was love (first sight) 24. Children. The soldiers shot (enemy) 19. They both live (New York) 16. They are all very keen 21. The poor orphan was lacking (warmth) 12. Someone was knocking (window) 8. He carried the heavy suitcase (shoulder) ? 20.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book On • At • In Finish the sentences: 1. We'll have to show our ticket (entrance) 22. The dog snarled (postman) 6. Don't involve me (crime) 9. Don't soak the bread (broth) 2. Soldiers were attacking (all sides) (climbing) 10. The old woman shook her umbrella (hooligans) 26. The old lady smiled sweetly (I) 15.
I never saw her again from that day. Como preposicion significa 'fuera de'. adverbio o adjetivo.He jumped from the wall. (Nos cogeremos el dia libre) Since Since puede ser preposicion.Off • Since • With From From es una preposicion que indica procedencia 'de'. 'agriado'. 'pasado'. 'a una distancia'. etc. 'desde'. (Los acontecimientos del ano pasado) off Off puede ser preposicion. Como adjetivo significa 'malo'. (Ha estado asi desde su ninez) He moved away and I haven't seen him since. . Como adverbio significa 'a'. Eat the soup with a spoon. (Salto del muro) . (Cambi6 de domicilio y no le he visto desde entonces) Como preposicion significa 'desde'. . The milk is off. 'a partirde'. adverbio o conjuncion.The events of last year. (La pata de la mesa) .She's been like this since childhood.The leg of the table. Como adverbio significa 'desde entonces' With With es una preposicion que significa 'con'. . (La leche esta mala) . (Vivo en la casa con la puerta blanca) 25 STANLEY . Significa 'de'. (Toma la sopa con una cuchara) I live in the house with the white door.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book From • Of .Where do you come from? (iDe donde eres?) .He jumped off the cliff. (Nunca volvia verla desde ese dfa) Of Of es una preposicion que indica posesion. (Salto del acantilado) We'll take the day off.
2. my father's. 23. appearances. your behaviour. being the best quartz. Many other people are far worse than we are. She went out that he was a street sweeper. They are withholding the grant 38. 20. We were all able to escape the fire.. entering 25. 39. mine. the 22. The abuse serious problems. My father used to like wine but he's gone it recently. some students. Don't bite chew. They have withdrawn these banknotes circulation. 33. I learnt that 17. his sleep. The athlete was barred the competition. The old man was awoken 3. You are no friend 18. I'm ashamed breakfast. 34. Why don't we take advantage the situation? the stealing. 9.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book From • Of • Off • Since • With 1. 30. alcohol causes 8. I haven't eaten anything 16. 26 STANLEY . more than you can 28. You always learn something a book. 32. 14. My wife doesn't approve 36. Many people abstained this election. They were banished country. 15. voting at 6. an 11. There's an abundance a silver spoon in 26. You mustn't accept presents strangers. We should avail ourselves opportunity. the dark. 27. gambling. him when she found 10. We haven't seen each other childhood. reading the papers. You're not accusing me are you? 31. 40. He boasted player in his team. his uncle and aunt 29. She's very afraid 35. 24. She bought a pound's worth oranges. This book has been adapted ancient Greek text. Your absence you problems. Dad. 13. He was born his mouth. He's staying for a few months. Why don't you get it? 12. You can't judge 19. you don't know anything about computers. You must be aware 4. this 21. work will cause all 5. the risk. All these people are suffering the cold. He's a friend 37. They are extracting gold fruit this year. 7. The accused was absolved responsibility. They wrung a confesion convict. I've seen her only once Christmas.
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1. We're weary 2. Beware 3. He was begging 4. There was a wonderful view 5. He bought the car 6. He's capable 7. They are claiming damages 8. What's the cause 9. That boy is very careless 10. We'll have to take care 11. What's the use 12. They uncoupled the wagons 13. The boy tumbled 14. I haven't seen her 15. You can't conceal the truth A. from me. B. since Christmas. C. of living in this house. D. from the top of the hill.
E. of the dog.
F. of doing anything. G. from door to door. H. from his friend. I. from the engine. J. of the fire? K. from us. L. of coming early? M. of danger. N. off his bicycle. O. of those children.
1. We're weary
3. He was begging 4. There was a wonderful view 5. He bought the car 6. He's capable 7. They are claiming damages 8. What's the cause 9. That boy is very careless 10. We'll have to take care 11. What's the use 12. They uncoupled the wagons 13. The boy tumbled 14. I haven't seen her 15. You can't conceal the truth
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1. Don't despair 2. You have to desist your attempt. 3. The title descends to him his grandfather. 4. You'll derive no benefit 5. They were deprived their rights. 26. We have to differentiate one thing 6. We'll have to deal 7. I deduced that 8. The money was deducted his salary. 9. They will defend us 10. We're delighted 11. He departed 12. His memories were tinged sadness. 13. We had trouble 14. He was trembling 15. The little girl was transfixed terror. 16. This company is trading Mexico. 17. I've been toying idea myself. 18. It's time we got tough hooligans. 19. He tossed a glass of beer 38. He was drenched 20. The legs of the table were tipped rubber. 21. His body tensed excitement. 39. She has a dread 40. He's very envious death. his sister. rain. 37. They are in permanent dispute the management. that 36. They tried to dispose body. the 35. I can't distinguish one other. the 34. He distracted my attention the matter. the car. rage. 33. His ideas diverge the truth. any attack. the news. New York. this problem. the evidence. the other. 27. He was discussing the game his friends over a beer. 28. They were discharged Army. 29. She was dismissed 30. He dismounted 31. We'll have to dispense services. 32. They diverted the plane course. her job. his horse. your the that. 25. You must discourage him doing it. 24. You have to disconnect the washing machine the mains. 23. She strongly disapproves smoking. success. 22. I'm very disappointed your performance.
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Which is the correct answer?
1. Don't despair success. c) with d) from your 13. We had trouble b) with c) from d) of his a) with b) of c) off rage. c) off d) from the car. d) from 12. His memories were tinged sadness. a) since 2. You have to desist attempt. a) off b) off c) with d) of
3. The title descends to him grandfather. a) from b) of c) off
14. He was trembling a) of b) with
d) since that.
15. She strongly disapproves smoking, a) from b) with c) off
4. You'll derive no benefit a) off b) from c) of
d) since door to door.
5. He was begging a) since b) off c) of
16. You have to disconnect the washing machine the mains, a) from b) off c) of d) since
d) from this problem,
6. We'll have to deal a) of b) off c) since
17. You must discourage him doing it. a) since b) off c) from d) of
7. I deduced that a) from b) of c) off
the evidence. d) with his
18. We have to differentiate one thing the other. a) from b) with c) of d) off
8. The money was deducted salary. a) of b) from c) off
d) with any
19. He tossed a glass of beer a) since b) off c) of d) from the Army. c) off d) with his job. c) off d) with his horse, c) from d) off
9. They will defend us attack. a) off b) since c) from
20. They were discharged d) of a) from b) of
10. We're delighted a) with b) of c) off
the news. d) from
21. He was dismissed a) of b) from
11. He departed a) since b) off
22. He dismounted a) since b) of
What does your uncle suffer from? (cancer) 13. What was the glass filled with? (water) 6. What were the boys expelled from? (school) The boys were. Did the little boy fall off the tree? (yes) 5. expelled . What was the old kitchen swarming with? (flies) 15. What shall we extract the juice from? (oranges) 3.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book From • Of • Off • Since • With Answer the following questions: 1. 2. Who did he struggle with? (a man) 9. from school. Who were you stuck all afternoon with? (little Jim) 12. What were you swamped with? (applications) 30 STANLEY . Have you finished with me yet? (no) 7. What's he suffering from? (loss of memory) 14. Who can I swap places with? (Jimmy) 16. Is she familiar with our working methods? (no) 4. What's this man proud of? (his children) 8. Why don't you take your coat off? (cold) 10. What did they stuff the pillows with? (feathers) 11.
They stole money from the bank. I bought this from my friend. ? 10. She's in the habit of having a coffee after dinner. Yes. You're guilty of negligence. ? 31 STANLEY . I'm happy with this idea. ? 11 . ? 13. ? 12. ? 6. I haven't heard from my brother yet. She suffers from depressions. ? 8.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book From • Of • Off • Since • With Ask questions for these answers: 1. The little hut was stacked with firewood. ? 15. She often speaks of her husband. ? 3.these .. She raised a storm of laughter. These people were stricken with malaria. The towel is hanging from the rail. ? 9. Her eyes were stinging with smoke. ? 4. They were stiff with terror. ? 14. ? 5. No. what were . The floor was spotted with ink.people stricken with? 2. ? 7.
19. dust. Don't show the ladies. They all shuddered fear. The bride and bridegroom were showered confetti. She shook hands 32. He's showing of the girls. I don't know who can help you. I've settled things 33. 9. 7. He's very jealous brother's success. 24 She was sick waiting for him. 36. the salt the this a very 20. Most women shave the hair their legs. 10. I shuddered 18. They reached a settlement the employers. In this ward patients are isolated visitors. men. 4. Arabs keep women apart 31. The smell spread to the living room. Man was made 11. 39. 25 They secured the building collapse. 8. 27 We'll have to get permission the manager. I get good service machine. It gives you shade the rain. 3. He shook the dust clothes. They took shelter 16. 28. fear. May God keep you all harm. 26. the kitchen 21. 22. 13. You'd better invest your money a good firm. They sought shelter the rain. in front 15. 12. They loaded the truck sand. I haven't seen her day. He shook salt cellar. They shrieked laughter.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book From • Of • Off • Since • With 1. 29 She's separated her husband. 6. 30. him. One always learns one's mistakes. They were shaking cold. That cheese gives bad smell. 35. his anyone in front of 23 Those people were sick cholera. We'll make an athlete you. Those bricks are made gold. 17. The little girl was shivering cold. his arm. 32 STANLEY . 38. 5. 14. that 34. her. 2. This part is separable other. his the sun. The little children were shaking cold. 40. His hand was severed 37.
'en vez'. .We went out in spite of the bad weather.There's no coffee.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Despite • In spite of • Instead of • Instead Despite Es una preposicion que quiere decir 'a pesar de'. . . Would you have some tea instead? (No hay cafe. (Tomare cafe en vez de te) Instead Instead es un adverbio que significa 'en su lugar'. (Salimos a pesar del mal tiempo) In spite of In spite of igual que despite signified 'a pesar de'. (Salimos a pesar del mal tiempo) Instead of Instead of es una preposicion que significa 'en vez de'. iQuiere algo de te en su lugar?) 33 STANLEY .We went out despite the bad weather. .I'll have coffee instead of tea.
We won the match the referee. we went to Rome 38 their assurances that the product was safe. potatoes.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Despite • In spite of • Instead of • Instead 1.. it was John 30 My father was ill so I went 31 They went out the rain..... He ate a good lunch having eaten an enormous breakfast.... 7.. We'll go to London bad weather. Cancun . the rescue party went out. He's a good man people say about him.... the 13.. They couldn't put the boat in the water their efforts. 32 It will take hours by car so let's fly 33 34 He failed 35 She went out cold wind. 6. Many people went to the football match the rain. I went to 40 the fact that there was no hope. 22 We'll go there. Would you like tea 25 Let's play cards watching TV... He ate a big dinner having eaten a big lunch. 9. the rain... 21 We'll go for a picnic the bad weather. We'll be there on time the difficulties..... 37 We didn't go to Paris. I don't 24 We've no coffee... She took the money from her mother's purse herself. I'll give you this card that one. I think he's a good man...... all his efforts he failed. They couldn't understand it my explanation.. many people didn't buy it. 23 They had a nice holiday the weather. 2.. 3. 26 wanting to see her again.. 19.... 18.the difficulties. she went out without her raincoat. he laughed when she teased him about his coat. why don't you recycle it? 20. 15.. 5.. 4. 39 I didn't go to the Costa Brava. himself. 10. It's not true you said. 14... throwing the rubbish away. their swearing it. 11 didn't believe them... believe you.. I all you say.. When I was at school I took German French.. the what what 36 You can have tea coffee if you like. 17.... I'll drink wine beer. He's a good man what he says.. Peter. 34 STANLEY .. 27 They sometimes eat rice 28 29 who moved in. his efforts.. 12. what others say.. 8.... 16. he refused to answer her letters..
Push the door to. (Se adentraron en la niebla.) . Into Movimiento hacia un lugar dentro de un espacio o volumen.2 into 10 goes 5. (Hare una contn'bucidn para la caridad) Toward. . Indicando un cambio de forma como resultado de una accion. hacia'. (Se choco contra una farola. (Empuj'a la puerta hacia dentro) .) Indicando cambio a una condicion especificada. . (Subieron al poder en 1982. (Cayeron en poder del enemigo.) En la direccion de.) Chocando contra. 35 STANLEY .They drove into the fog. Paradividir. (10 dividido entre 2 igual a 5.She ran into a lamppost. Hasta un punto durante algo. (Convertiremos el atico en una habitacion.Please come into the office. . towards es una preposicion que significa 'hacia'. Caer en manos de.) .We'll turn the attic into a bedroom.) . Como preposicion significa 'a'. (Por favor. .The children are going to school.) Traducira.She went to the dentist. Como adverbio significa 'dentro'. (Los ninos van a la escuela) . entra en la oficina. towards Toward. (Los soldados siguieron andando bien entrada la noche.She came towards me.They came into power in 1982. (Vino hacia mi) -I'll make a contribution towards charity.The soldiers went on walking well into the night.) They fell into the enemy's hands.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Into • To • Towards To To por regla general se usa como preposicion aunque en algun caso puede sen adverbio. .He translated it into French. 'en direccion a'. (Lo tradujo al francos.) . (Fue al dentists) .
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1. No, my daughter has never been Rome. 2. The money will go building a new school. the cost of
21. You haven't replied
22. He reported 23. You are required
the officer. sign. action.
3. She has never been 4. That man is going to be sent prison. 5. I've been 6. A bird flew 7. I have never been match. 8. Have you ever been United States? 9. Food shortages will get worse the end of the century. 10. She walked quietly and sat down. 11. I'm afraid this is going to be a war the death.
24. They had to resort
25. The hooligans offered no resistance
the police. Paris five times.
26. They didn't resign themselves
the room. a football defeat.
27. It's very restful 28. I feel respectful 29. He's only responsible
the eye. him. the
30. The car didn't respond
the room controls.
31. Return the parcel 32. He retired 33. Put these letters
the sender. his study. reverse
12. The coast receded distance. 13. Keep quiet! Read
34. These fields have reverted
14. The cost of the project has no relation the results. 15. Remember me your mother.
35. I'm very sad
had an accident. 36. Let's not rub salt
say that your son
the wound. the
16. Please, supply the facts relevant the case. 17. These developments have been released the media. 18. The enemy replied 19. The child came running 20. Let me introduce you friend. our fire. me. 38. They rushed it print. her
37. They sacrificed an ox
idea is slowly filtering
40. All the people there bowed
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Which is the correct answer?
1. We have made progress reaching an agreement. a) into b) to c) towards 12. They admit a) to b) into stealing your car. c) towards us shouting
13. They advanced angrily. a) towards b) to
2. Why don't you have your book translated French? a) towards 3. They came enemy. a) into b) towards c) to b) into c) to contact with the
c) into our coming
14. Are you agreeable here? a) into b) towards c) to
15. I'm afraid I don't agree proposal. a) into b) to
4. Don't work harder than you have a) to b) towards c) into
c) towards one
16. The whole thing amounts 5. He put the car into reverse and bumped a tree. a) towards b) into c) to 17. She resents any allusion 6. Don't abandon yourself despair. a) towards b) into c) to 18. I'm allergic 7. The soldiers abandoned the castle the enemy. a) to b) into c) towards my request. c) towards the throne. c) to a) into 19. They advanced slowly a) towards b) into c) to a) into b) towards the dust. c) to fatness. a) into b) to c) towards thousand dollars. a) to b) into c) towards
8. They acceded a) into b) to
20. Why don't you divide the money two? b) to c) towards
9. James I acceded a) into b) towards
10. They have added a commentary my writing. a) to 11. According very clever. a) towards b) to c) into b) into c) towards grandmother, you're
21. They announced our arrival the President. a) into b) towards c) to
22. Have you received an answer your letter yet? a) towards b) to c) into
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1. The ambulance dashed ... 2.The argument developed ... 3. The police are looking ... 4. The horse broke ... 5. Many people were trampled ... 6. He's a traitor... 7. The robbers were traced ... 8. The house is divided ... 9. You'll have to divide that... 10. They all dived ... 11. Let's not enter... 12. He's engaged ... 13. He's eager... 14. He dropped heavily ... 15. He drove the nail... A. into details. B. into the river. C. to death. D. into the matter. E. towards the scene of the accident. F. into a trot. G. into a chair. H. into a fight. I. into the wall. J. to the country. K. to South America. L. to my sister. M. into flats. N. to please us. O. into two.
1.The ambulance dashed 2. The argument developed 3. The police are looking 4. The horse broke 5. Many people were trampled 6. He's a traitor 7. The robbers were traced 8. The house is divided 9. You'll have to divide that 10. They all dived 11. Let's not enter 12. He's engaged 13. He's eager 14. He dropped heavily 15. He drove the nail
debt. his shoes. their 35. he's taken up golf. The sleeping tiger sprang life. If you sing. All those people can be split groups. the 15. He surrended his gun the police. 25. 34. He's indifferent of the journey. We must inquire further matter. 22. the 31. the 14 They supply gas customers. 24. The passengers were secured their seats. Don't get sucked 11. Did you suggest that 16. the end 26. Now that he's getting retirement age. 13. 18. They were refused admission the disco. him? the greater that 17. dust. I'll have to hammer this nail the wall. That's fatal 6. She stepped sat quietly. our plans. 5. the wall. Fix this 20. Things will get worse of the month. The Prince is the heir crown. The old vase fell 4. 37. 39. We've gone each the dangers rain. pieces. They were subjected torture. We'll have to put a stop that. The TV set won't fit space. 12. This is a supplement dictionary. the row. Don't surrender yourself despair. She was no stranger him. 32. 40. 33. the 39 STANLEY . that 23. it's sure 19. Some of this money goes pension fund. These people are insensitive pain. Do you remember little Mary? She has grown a woman. This house is identical one. You'll have to pour water this paint. You'll never step a 7. 30. This is the first step unity. 27. She pleaded guilty crime. 8. She's the successor throne. He fell the river. 36. 3. It was ground 21. the room and my 29. These two are suited other. 10. She's very given pessimism. 38.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Into • To • Towards 1. 28. Is she agreeable coming to the party? 9. 2.
The young girl sat next to me. This path leads to the village. What did 2. What 7. He married into the aristocracy. Who(m) ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 40 STANLEY . Who(m) 13. That building looks to the south. What 4. Where 8. What 10. Who(m) 11. This paper is sensitive to light. She's married to my brother. The missile soared into the air. These people are smuggling tobacco into the country. What 12. Who(m) 6.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Into • To Ask questions for these answers: 1. They signalled to the soldiers. They offered some money to us. She shone her torch into the cellar. Where 5. We must keep to the rules. We're looking forward to our holidays. What 9. Where 3.
15. the supper. 24. If you are not careful. 'Investigate it!' 'All right. The arrow came straight twelve goes me. I'll look one. 11. 2. will you? other 26. 32. Bills are eating the priesthood. the 22. We'll investigate. This river flows Ocean. his 10. people. a man. The two little monkeys clung each other. 39. We have to keep 19. He's the heir 20. He's been listening all morning. He's stubborn. 12. you'll walk a trap. 3. The news will be broadcast eight o'clock. I walked one. The old man went 33. my savings. That's an exception rule. 37. it ran 7. Please translate this letter French. He's married daughter. 30. I object by a woman. two the last 21.The soldiers fought man. bad 16. Who does this hat belong ? the Pacific 28. a fortune. Please. 5. 4. He has grown 38. 36. he sticks guns. He was transformed prince. 6.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Into • To • Towards 1. a rage. We are responsible only God. That's the key 18. the rules. 17. read yourself. They were sentenced 14. a coma. death. we'll look the matter. He's always very kind it. 35. Please. You'll never amount anything. A bus hit my car.Will you see very busy. 25. He was called 40. 27. make a contribution charity. I'm 29. the throne. 13. 23.' 8. 41 STANLEY . He's deaf 31. Three four times. After college I found a job easily. We divided the money parts. records 9. Your son has fallen habits. She stepped 34. The old man flew the world. Get being given orders a the manager's the car. the problem. The house faces the east.
.They walked slowly around the house.There were about/around twenty people. (Todos se sentaron alrededor de una mesa redonda) Como adjetivo significa 'redondo'. Las diferencias mas importantes son: Round y around se usan para hablar de un movimiento alrededor de un punto.They played a round of golf.They went round the world. Como preposicion significa 'alrededor de'. . Las tres palabras pueden significar 'por aqui y por alla'.I'll go there around five. About no se suele usar en ese sentido. adverbio. (Estuvo vagando por ahi) Around y about se usan en sentido de 'aproximadamente'. (Ire alrededor de las cinco) 42 STANLEY . (Fueron alrededor del mundo) Como adverbio significa 'por todas partes'.They all sat at a round table. . Como sustantivo significa 'ronda' o 'circuito'. . Round y around tambien se usan con el sentido de repartir.He was wandering about/ around/round. (No dejes los papeles por todas partes) . 'a eso de'. .Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Round • Around • About Las tres palabras son parecidas pero no exactamente lo mismo. adjetivo y sustantivo. 'por todo'. Como preposicion significa 'alrededor de'. (Jugaron una ronda de golf) Around Puede ser preposicibn o adverbio. (Caminaron despacio alrededor de la casa) . Hand the papers round/around. (Reparte los papeles) . (Habia unas veinte personas) Round puede ser preposicion.Don't leave papers scattered round.
The car swept 17. 36. 19. That boy is mad planes. Stick see her. She often travels ? the corner. You're right 37. 23. 15. 'Is she a prostitute?' 'Well.1 didn't see anybody twenty that. I've been walking park all afternoon. She's very reticent plans. How our holidays? going to Italy for the fire. 29. I'll be there in minutes. Stop messing something. to Mary's. 28. 5. 38. 3. 14. What are you thinking 16. 34. 25. We're very pleased results. Little Jimmy is very sad his cat's death. The word is going are leaving the company. There were people. his her it. Juan Sebastian Elcano was the first man to sail the world. He reminisces experiences. the bush. 40. He rattled on novels. I'll show you 6. They were running 39. French his . 11. the city. the world. 7. will you! ten you in the it. 26. 32. 31. Stop beating will you! 10.We'll shop a bit. She sent her daughter to the baker's. 12. I'm very particular punctuality. 2. 9. 22. the 24. I'm going 18. Keep me posted situation.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Round • Around • About 1. the model 21. Keep quiet 33. I don't give a rap 30. These children are always playing the 8. Stop pushing 27. 13. The six people were sitting the table. The children are running the garden. 43 STANLEY . It'll be finished and do that you a bit longer and you'll Christmas. 35. I'll come and see you five o'clock. I'll refresh your memory that. Let's sit 4. We read paper. She raves cooking. she sleeps 20.
! t was rainingfor an nour(Estuvo lloviendo durante una hora) 44 STANLEY .Using Prepositions • Exercise Book During • For During During se usa cuando algo sucedio. Va seguido por el articulo the o de algun adjetivo posesivo.1 was in hospital for six days. Va seguido de algun numero o articulo indeterminado.1 had an amazing experience during my military service. (Hubo una tormenta durante la noche) . There was a storm during tne night. . (Estuve en el hospital durante seis dias) . (Tuve una experiencia asombrosa durante mi servicio militar) PQP For se usa para indicar cuanto tiempo duro algo.
We watched television hours. the 2. The film will be shown on TV the weekend. I've known her 22. They work by day. 36. 11. When I was ill I couldn't eat anything several days. the night and sleep the the two 31. The film will be shown on TV the week. Where have you been? the 18. 37. 25. He has worked here months. 7. 10. That house has been empty years. My wife fell asleep concert. half 20. I haven't seen him 6. This mansion has been empty a long time. We walked saw it. 13. He had a smoke the interval. ages. I haven't played tennis a little longer. 38. 45 STANLEY . I fell asleep 17. 39. She often wakes up our stay 32. 35. That bird has been over there a long time. 21. the night. the twenty years. I saw him 5. a year. They won the trophy third year running. 30. the 23. 19. days. 14. 3. I'll do the shopping a time. I'm just going to sleep six an hour.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book During • For 1. the strike. I'll drive Then you drive. I ate a sandwich 29. 4. 26. 12. the break. years. I haven't been home 8. six the interval. I'll stretch my legs 27. I was stationed in Libya war. The children have been watching TV hours. We met many people in Paris. 16. We haven't seen each other two lunch long time. the night. We never go out my holidays. Production stopped 9. the week. My brother has been out of work six months. another week. It must have rained the ground is wet. He didn't feel well examination. 24. I have been waiting miles before we the film. She didn't feel well driving test. He won't be back 28. 33. We watched television hours last night. I haven't seen her 34. ages. 4O. 15. She woke up several times night.
There is nothing like home. . (No hay nada como el hogar) Fight like a man. adverbio y conjuncion. (Se parecen como dos gotas de agua/guisantes) Cuando se usa como conjuncion tiene el significado de 'como'. . . Como conjuncion significa 'durante el tiempo'.He watched her as she combed her hair.It's nothing like. adjetivo. (Hazlo como el) 46 STANLEY .Do it like him. (No se parece en nada) Como adjetivo significa 'semejante'. (Lucha como un hombre) Como preposicion significa 'como'. (Se escapo de casa como lo habi'a hecho su hermana anos antes) She is as tall as her father. (Es tan alta como su padre) Like Like puede ser preposicion. Como adverbio lo usamos para comparer situaciones o acciones diciendo que son similares. uso o papel que desempena una persona o cosa. (Trabaje como camarero durante seis meses) She ran away from home as her sister had years before. 'parecido'.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book As • Like As As como preposicion se usa para hablar de un trabajo. 'similar' They are as like as two peas. Como adverbio significa 'probablemente'.I worked as a waiter for six months. funcidn. 'a lo mejor'. (La miraba mientras se peinaba) .
? a child he was sent to three different schools. You look of bed. I like bright colours yellow. What I said was meant joke. 27. I respect him 36. My head felt hammering on my skull. a somebody was 24. They entered the building disguised cleaners. It looks in the office until late. an actress. You must accept them equals. if she were the mine. Is Japanese food 29. 13. Chinese? your employer. 16. That girl is just 9. He spoke 28. 34. Your car is just 8. rain.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book As • Like 1. She acts queen. an angel. 39. him to kidnap 38. That woman looks a bit Queen of England. He went to the fancy-dress party dressed a banana. Sorry. He works a courier. She's very looks. it was just silk. It looks 20. 15. you've just got out 2. The news came 40. 33. her mother. a I'm going to be a child he had lived in japan. 47 STANLEY . a teacher he's not very he was a foreigner. Treat me 32. She acts 26. 12. I prefer clothes made in natural material cotton. This is the same had. 11. 35. 3. What's their new flat a blanket. 31. the one I the 22. her father in a friend. a 21. 14 He's not very good film director. no surprise. The necklace was reported to the police being stolen. 25. but this man is unqualified a teacher. She sings a writer. 10. Her hair was soft. I've always wanted to have a house yours. Use your coat 19. 5. You've got a jumper just that. I'm speaking 30. 17. 4. good. It was just the bride. 18. He was dressed policeman. She was praised red and an actor. 23. she's stupid. He's renowned 6. 7. 37.
The garage is underneath my bedroom. (Encontre mis calcetines debajo de la cama) . . 'bajo'. Como adverbio significa 'debajo'. Como preposicion significa 'debajo de'. . Como adverbio significa 'mas abajo'.The base is very strong and it has iron underneath. (El garajeestadebajo de mi dormitorio) .Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Below • Down • Under • Beneath • Underneath Below Below puede ser preposicion y adverbio.Below there are people waiting. Como preposicion significa 'debajo de'. (La base es muy fuerte y tiene hierro debajo) 48 STANLEY . Como preposicion significa 'bajo'. (Estaba enterrado debajo de toneladas de ladrillos) Beneath Beneath puede ser preposicion y adverbio. (Habi'a un toldo con una mesa y sillas debajo) Underneath Underneath puede ser preposicibn y adverbio. .I found my socks under the bed. It was buried under tons of bricks. 'por debajo'. Como adverbio significa 'debajo'. Como preposicion significa 'debajo de'. 'debajo'. Como adverbio significa 'abajo'. (Esa mujer vive debajo de nosotros) Under Under puede ser preposicion y adverbio.He kept it beneath his coat. (Abajo hay gente esperando) . (Lo guardo bajo su abrigo) There was an awning with a table and chairs beneath.That woman lives below us. 'bajo'.
The hunter brought the deer 13. It all boils 27. Finally the plane touched safely. She ran her finger list of ingredients. 25. There's a lot of water passing the bridge. 36. The murderer had a knife his coat. She smoothed 22. 19. People allowed in here. I think that it is 35. the way here. 37. She's very proud. 31. the on my to this. turn please! I can't hear myself. The traffic slowed stress. I don't want all my hard work to go the drain. in Just one minute in fact. 32. to a crawl. 26. this line. She's 20. You mustn't write 23. The timber was going river. My car broke 5. 2. The trees bent 11. The temperature remained freezing all day. 38. 4. 40. There's a cellar 33. 18 are not 29. 49 STANLEY . the bad news got me this line. It's you to lie. Those soldiers acted 12. 9. The temperature was well zero. The little plane flew the your dignity. That man's finished. the the house.lt comes "dictionaries*. her dress. 30. Jimmy. 15. The boat passed bridge. this line. 8. Sign here. 6. repair. wall to the ground. 18. climb that tree. At the sound of the trumpets. 7. the walls of Jericho tumbled 17. 3. 21. The food will be cooked in the two minutes.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Below • Down • Under • Beneath • Underneath 1. The trees bent weight of the snow. 28. The thief climbed that radio. a captain 16. Please do not write the 24. He's gone bridge. 10. The garage of the house is our apartment. She doesn't want to marry her. orders. I feel depressed. A sergeant is in rank. Don't stay up there. There's nothing new the sun. 14. The bridge is 39. the heading the weight. She's going to marry herself. 34.
(Lucharon contra los enemigos del pai's) Opposite.. de lo que estas tu.They fought against the enemies of the country. Una persona o cosa que esta in front of alguien.There was a huge truck in front of us for miles. (Habi'a un enorme camion delante de nosotros durante millas) 50 STANLEY . (Tendremos que tomar precauciones contra el frio) . etc.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Against • Opposite • In front of Against Against es una preposicion que significa 'contra'. esta mas cerca de la parte delantera de una linea o una cola. .We'll have to take precautions against the cold. the church. (El banco esta en frente de la iglesia) In front of In front of es lo contrario de behind.The bank is opposite Cuando hablamos de cosas que estan al otro lado usamos opposite. . in front of .
Our army defends our country our enemies. They don't like changes. 11. I'm afraid his record tells him Tom the 30. He sold the house even though it was27. The two hooligans were leaning the wall. 3. - °P is the church. That old witch is trying to set you J the scheme. They've decided I m afraid. People protested 32 putthe piano jn the that law. Human nature revolts such injustice. Are you covered fire and theft? 14. 9. 28. They might retaliate 35. Are you going to appeal decision? 12. the 23. comer the door. me. the car the 5. He advised me going there. 31. They've started proceedings me. they declared it. 19. He was standing us 16. him during the 51 STANLEY . This paint is a shield t rust rust. 6. 13. They voted to strike redundancies. They're scheming President 7.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Against • Opposite • In front of 1.Thejudge my wishes. The actress had always dreamed of apperaing Cruise. 23.They didn t like it. I thought she'd he small and ugly but she was exactly the 15. window. 37 The man sittjng is a detective. 21. She testified 17. They advised me marrying him. ' the 36. 29. They'll probably decide any changes. She sat meal. 2. 40. 39 Our sh 18. our appeal. The people revolted dictator. Bushes scraped a woman's job to bring up the children. 33 The little car drove ' us for miles us. the 34. 20. This warm clothing will protect you 10. 24. There was a huge rock us. They're in the building the Post Office. 26. I'm the idea that it's 25.That goes rules. He insured the house fire and theft. 8. You're to put a tick the answer that you think is correct. You're either for us or us. me 4. She was leaning wall 22. He told me not to go. 38.
The workers were all out. . adjetivo. (El paciente estaya fuera de peligro) Outside Outside puede ser preposicitin. Como sustantivo significa 'el exterior'.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Out of • Outside • Out Out Out como adverbio significa 'fuera'.They don't know anything of the outside world. Como adverbio significa 'fuera'. 'externo'. (Elestaesperando fuera de la oficina) Como preposicion significa 'fuera de'.') .The patient is already out of danger. . (Todos los trabajadores estaban fuera) Out of Out of es una preposicion que significa 'fuera de'. (Pintaron el exterior de la casa) 52 STANLEY . (Salio por la puerta corriendo) . 'por'.He's waiting outside the office. Out como preposicion significa 'fuera'. (Lo tiro por la ventana) .She threw it out the window.She ran out the door. 'afuera'. y sustantivo.' Donde esta?' 'Esta fuera. adverbio.They painted the outside of the house. . .'Where's he?' 'He's outside. Como adjetivo significa 'exterior'. (No saben nada del mundo exterior) .
his 32. 36. 11. His tongue was sticking $100. 8. 27. 20. I had 35. 13. It's time to get 33. The storm wiped and the 37. John and his wife have fallen they've quarrelled. Somebody is waiting for you the office. a test to see if he's 14. I'm beginning to run patience. The piano sounds terrible. I'm tired. How did you find arrived? 16. the rut. Specially trained dogs can sniff drugs. 10. 3. You'd better sweat that cold trouble. My patience is running 34. his hand. the house and 9. 29. 4. 19. I'll spell it for you. Suddenly a shot rang a terrible smell. It's tune. terrorism. prison. Three prisoners broke 40. He lost his temper and struck wildly. 17. We have to stamp 23. Children. 28. He dropped 12. steam. The lights went film started. I'm not concerned with what they do working hours. He sneaked disappeared. We must work this problem we must solve it. I'll make it clear. 7. the piece of paper. 2. He smoothed wedlock. The sergeant called names. the 38. I think I'll sit 25. 53 STANLEY . Let's carry suitable. She was swindled 15. the village. 5. The little boy thrust tongue. the room. The old man has run 22. The teacher gave exam papers. 18. They managed to wring a promise him. The fish slipped 24. They had a son 6.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Out of • Outside • Out 1. He stormed took his coat and left. this dance. Your socks give 30. His new book has just come their 26. don't go playground! the school 21. Someone has let the secret 39. We had better keep Let's go away. the contest. The convicts shot their way prison. It's very cold 31.
(Esto es para ti) By By significa 'cerca de'. 'constantemente'.This is for you. Como adverbio significa 'siempre'. (Vivimos cerca del mar) (quiza a un par de kilometres) We live by the sea.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book For • By • Along For For es una preposicidn con muchi'simas posibilidades de uso. (Tiene que estar hecho para las cinco) We live near the sea. parecido a near. Aunque by da la idea de ma's aproximacitin. . Todas ellas estan detalladas en la primera parte del libro Guide to Prepositions . . (Vivimos junto al mar) (a unos pocos metres) Along Along puede ser preposicion o adverbio.pag.It has to be done by five o'clock. (Lo sabfa todo el tiempo) Bring it along. I knew it all along. 17. 'contigo'. (Estaba caminando por la calle) Como preposicidn significa 'por'. etc.I was walking along the street. . (Trfelo contigo) 54 STANLEY . By tambien tiene el significado de 'no mas tarde de'.
In this company we're aiming steady growth. her. Come to the party and bring some friends 27. The policeman asked the crowd to move the a new 5. promotion for a 23. the a quick settlement. mosquitoes. The little girl was weeping joy. It's wonderful. You'll see the Post Office further the road. She enrolled course.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book For • By • Along 1. They were bitten her chat. 25. 37. 6. Please. 38. Don't blame me the 40. There's someone asking that corridor. 12. his the 33. 13. He was bored to tears 39. I'm afraid we'll have to abide rules. The textbook was adapted in school. 14. a secretarial 22. He's been due long time. I'll put a good word in 32. 29. Walk the corridor and you'll find it on the right. what he a grant? 28. success. we couldn't wish any more. They are advertising secretary. Who gives him the authority such a decision? 36. You have to learn to think yourself. 2. He ended 3. He's an electrician 9. You've got a lot to answer 26. 10. the river bank. I have no time that nonsense. She got more than she had bargained 19. I used to admire my father his intelligence. He was very much affected news. a reason. the 11. the accident. My brother is eager 4. 18. 31. 30. Let's go trade. Why didn't you apply 8. eating it. arrange a time and a place the meeting. 55 STANLEY . 35. We were amazed told us. 20. you. Come or we'll be late. Let's hope 15. We can walk 16. The children were absorbed reading of the story. 7. He was none the worse adventure. 21. 24. She was full of admiration courage. She writes the local newspaper. People always act 17. use 34. The baby was adopted Browns.
She cried a) by b) along b) for b) for c) along this path. He was deeply troubled of his mother. Let's begin a) by b) along 3. a) for b) by c) along 7. I have no desire a) by b) along c) for power. He's tied up a) by b) along 26. It's not convenient work today. c) by joy. This man was tried a) by 11. c) for his crimes. He bid pictures. These people trade furs and skins gold. c) for 8. a) by b) for c) along the death 21. May I trouble you a) by b) along c) for 23. The demand high. c) along the back door. 4. The church is very close a) for b) by c) along this 17. c) by his responsibilities. c) along 24. b) along c) for two. How's your new book coming a) by b) for c) along 16. He has been training championship. I've no further use machine. a) by b) along skilled workers is 5.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book For • By • Along Which is the correct answer? 1. a) for b) along c) by human 19. The goods are transported a) along b) by c) for the 20. a) for b) along c) by 2. He entered the house a) along b) for 25. Let's toss a cigarette? a) by 9. This meat is unfit consumption. She covered up a) for b) by 56 STANLEY . Let's divide it murder. c) for ? one of Picasso's 14. Why don't you spare a thought those poor people? a) for b) by c) along 13. a) by b) for c) along it. I'm afraid he's unqualified teaching. c) along truck. a) by b) along c) for 22. 18. a) for b) by 10. You're asking a) for b) by 6. How much are you charging a) along b) for c) by you to start this? 15. a) for b) by c) along revising the books. Let's walk a) along 12. a) along b) for c) by c) for trouble.
Using Prepositions • Exercise Book For • By Match numbers with letters 1. We'll strike 13. I found you 11. She took the little child 5. by sheer luck. Five multiplied by three 12.1 don't feel sympathy 4. K. He was hanged 3. She entered 9. She entered 9. He developed a taste 6. for divorce. We'll strike 13. for being late. G. N. I thank you 2. He developed a taste 6. F. for good things. D. by the hand. He was hanged 3. for murder. He sued her A. by my watch. J. She took the little child 5. by the side door. for your help. I found you 11. Excuse me 8. E. I was working in that factory 7. I was working in that factory. I. B. 7. 1. C. equals five. It's six o'clock 10. Ten divided by two 14. Ten divided by two 14. It's six o'clock 10. for a pay increase. He sued her 57 STANLEY . Excuse me 8. Five multiplied by three 12. L for her. The old house stood 15. for two years.1 thank you 2. equals fifteen. I don't feel sympathy 4. The old house stood 15. O. by the river. M. H.
the typewriter the adding machine. When he finished school. we're very short 8 He gave him a piece 11 9 7 typists. "You passed the test. I'll give you a little test. "That's fine. The sergeant looked 14 15 My friend did as he was ordered. said: "Go over there and type a couple12 mistakes." "But aren't you going16 The sergeant smiled. but I was very bad The sergeant said: "Well. replied: typing. "You'll start work tomorrow at eight. wanting no part 6 "Yes. "when you sat down 17 and not 18 check my test first?" asked my friend. I'm going4 an office job." My friend.' the room where there was an electric typewriter and an adding machine." give basic training the sergeant said: "I see that you have learnt typing3 you a job 5 headquarters." paper and. he typed very slowly and made many the typed paper very briefly as he took it my friend's hand." 58 STANLEY ." he replied.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Typing One 1 my friends went2 th e Army. pointing10 paragraphs 13 the other end this newspaper." he said. However.
my holidays. He was driving for hours taking a break. That old woman alternates kindness cruelty. The secretary was abashed her boss's criticism. My mother is very annoyed my brother. my 59 STANLEY . arthritis. Her mother was amazed changes produced in her. I spent hours 16. It's the last street light. I understand everything he killed her. 26. The problem is anything 29. The meal was excellent first course. 11. What's wrong for the machine? the washing 10. 4. her for 19. Finishing the book? No. I'm nowhere finishing it. 22. 31. 20. 18. It's raining and you came umbrella. 36. He became an English teacher as his father had him. your 21. I live in the house door. me or you'll 24. The altar was adorned saying that I'll help flowers. I was very angry making that mistake. They are put in different groups their ability. 30. 5. seeing anybody. Her remarks made me writhe shame. Don't come too catch a cold. Why don't you write father it? your politics. 13. 25. 2 This wine should be consumed the year. 35. 38. We are 15. We were all accommodated lodgings. Any day 14. My wife is afflicted you about that. They allied themselves enemy. the green 34. I couldn't have done it him. She changed her mind on the day the wedding. 40. I'm 6. an inch of succeeding. a prescription. That man writes articles 27. It goes you all I can. 23. 9. why 7. We'll have to get acquainted the new machine. The doctor wrote 28.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1. easy. The car went speed. 8. Sunday suits me. 17. The small boy was jumping joy. I agree 33. 3. She had a long acquaintance that family. We're all very anxious father's health. They were all alarmed noise. the the the 12. the traffic 39. I'm back going to write a letter. 32. for the bend at high 37.
Not square. Wait the bank. Not inside. 5. 14. the bed. Get I tell you. Wait 18. 2. We live 6. They were all there 5. 8. Not far. 9. That reminds me 17. My son is studying economics University. 60 STANLEY . Peter. He jumped 19. I've been waiting 16. As. Bristol school. The runners ran London. 12. 11. Over. 10. 4. Across 1. the roof of the car. Down 1. I live Westminster Abbey. 7. She walked the shop.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Crossword with prepositions. 4 o'clock. I come back. Not in. We'll get there at 15. two o'clock. 13. of here! something. The cat is 16. He is going 3. Not under.
" 61 STANLEY . "I think I can see why it jams. "Do you want to be beheaded 3 your back or your front?". Patrick was third. Jones was reprieved because no man can be sentenced 8 death twice.. 9 Millbank was next. and the blade jammed.. it's good enough back 13 11 10 12 Jones and his me". "I'm not afraid 5 his back 7 death". Again the blade jammed and Millbank was reprieved. "Back or front?" "If it's good enough Millbank. in 1789. Three spies 2 1 across the Channel were about to be guillotined revolutionary Paris. he said. The executioner "4 So Jones was laid 6 pulled the lever. my back". the Welshman. the blade. said Jones.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Complete the joke with prepositions. "Wait a minute". Guillotines. He too chose face the blade. So Patrick was laid the blade. The executioner asked Jones.
I'm grateful you've done 25. 7. I fell 28. 15. The best man gave the bride saying. a child. They are stripping the bark the trees. 19. You can't stop them 40. 13. the hairdresser's. The poor people fainted 9. the eye 17. you those hills. She fell 11. She felt in the dark the light switch. fitness. 20. It's no good grieving past mistakes. We'll strike them. He stoked coal. his arrival airport he asked 32. 29. 31. There was nobody could see. what me. That goes 27. I'll be there first thing morning. the the corner. I'll see you her horse and the the a taxi. 62 STANLEY . She fought didn't want to cry. her tears. 3. You'd better switch gas. hunger. She the corner the street. His property extends 6.1 live London. 24. I'll do the shopping supermarket 37. The two women talked the night 5. She's fanatical 10. We'll have to suck the poison the wound. He was standing holiday 17 Elm Road. 2I. He's still the sunrise. electricity 22. She struck her umbrella. They're doing experiments sympathy him. an hour's time. 34. the 2. We went June. 39. 33. 35. a chair. They submitted plans the council 36. prison.1 want to talk things over 4. not 16. her. 30. She got walked towards him. rats. She was 18. There was a lamp standing corner the room. I'm in love her. the boiler doing that. peace at the war. She's grieving death of her husband. She's grateful your help. He's been for years. 38. 14. He lives Bristol. 23.They were arrested suspicion having stolen the money. We are moment.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1. 26. The poor boy has fallen love that girl. me approval. London Road. 12. 8.
Wait here 8. My house is 10. the house. The house stood 63 STANLEY . 6. The stable is 9. all suspicion.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted ACROSS 1. They work her. Let's get of here. 4. the station. 9 to 5. The temperature is zero. 2. the stadium and went on DOWN 1. The athletes ran along the avenue. He sat 3. 7. My mother is somewhere. I've seen you 4. the two hills. we come back. There was another coat of paint 5.
. the 5. 10. 6.. 2. My house is without saying hello. please. -Mary. Sunday. Translate this the clouds. The little girl is her mother. 13. We are flying France. Walk as far 16.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Crossword with prepositions Across 1. 64 STANLEY . We'll meet 6 o'clock. In 1945 the British fought Germans. Throw 12. Down 1. the church. She walked 15. French.. I haven't got the 7. We walked the woods.Is that me? the road! 9 o'clock. those old papers. 4. The children are going . It's very difficult time to do it. They all came to the party 8. the main road. The plane flew 3. The circus will be here 14. Don't run 9. I'm waiting 11. The supermarket is 17. school. the bridge. 15.
the truck he was 30 "The first thing we'll do. he whispered hoarsely. Almost as soon as the plane touched down. Clint McClean. an enormous fire engine shot 16 and sped 17 the fire. the damage 11 derricks. they 5 6 had settle second best . 65 STANLEY .Paddy McFerson.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Putting out the fire When this oil well caught fire 1 the middle 2 the desert. McFerson agreed 7 phone 8 do the job and then took full details 9 the size 10 the fire. But as he was unable to come due 4 a recent accident. They battled hours the flames and last astonishingly the fire was put 27 As McFerson and his roasted helpers climbed back 28 handed a cheque 29 $10.000. lads". the 3 Arabs thought first calling a famous American firefighter. he rushed the spot a matter hours. The Arabs watched anxiously as McFerson's old transport plane landed 15 the runway. "is fix the brakes the bloody truck". the Irish expert. 12 13 14 etc. Then. The Arabs' anxiety turned 18 amazement as the fire engine plunged 19 20 right the centre the fire and 21 jumped six 22 23 green-clad figures who beat madly the flames old potato 24 2S 26 sacks.
14. Nobody can be totally secluded the world. The old woman scowled 7.The money paid is proportional the amount of work. They scored a goal 10. weapons. Her fans screamed excitement. He scored 9.They pricked the balloon pin. The players scrambled possession the ball.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1. 21. the that. Let's put this theory the proof. a the his ears. 12. 33. She screwed tell him. She scoured the grease floor. He's very good. Fruit is cheaper when it is season. 32. 5. the courage to his latest book. 18. me. We can't screen you the anger those people. 8. We were the king. the sand. 25. We had a scuffle 19. There's scope 4. I'll let you the secret. The dog pricked 37. We're very sceptical 2. That doesn't come the book. her the reporters. 28. The penance was in propitiation their sins. the exits to the the roof has been hours. gold. The trees screened the house view. They searched us 30. us. He's second none. 39. 24. 34. The sale is scheduled tomorrow. The police searched us drugs. They projected a slide screen. There's a scheme manufacturing paper rags. 6. She scrubbed the stain table. improvement. 26. These children are schooled good manners. 40.Jimmy had a scrape brother. The cat meowing 13. the presence 15. 23. The mother was screaming the boy. 17. The rock was seamed 29. She kept it a secret brothers and sisters. 11. They made a hole 3. She scrubbed the stain 20. old 36. 66 STANLEY . 38. his 22. We're search of a cure the disease. 35. the scope 27. 31. Police sealed place. The law prohibits shops selling spirits to young people. 16.
B H B E Y 0 N D I ' G E F U T G S 0 I E F K I N T 0 S H P P S 0 J D A M 0 R 0 U N D R L C B S P L U V S U E M W I T H I N S I R A L U Y U S K T S X I M ' C T V X N X S 0 S H P C C U T U T A P A 0 0 A T X 0 V E R E S 0 A N z T R G R R B G 0 T 67 STANLEY .Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted You will find 11 prepositions in this word square.
In most countries you drive right. the ceiling. My mother's the moment. He work the the ground floor. The garden is house. 36. It was written 34. McDonald's 18. They spent the morning the lake. Christmas. 1970 sea. he was the corridor. She was sitting class. the wall 22. She was standing class. There 3 4 5 is someone the window. 11. There were many people concert in the Albert Hall. I know somebody who lives Street. I'm always here 23. The train has arrived time. I don't do any work Bombay 38. She lives the hairdresser's the back of the 6. 27. 31. the the river.I was 68 STANLEY . 9. the bottle. the station. the There was paint The picture was the door. the museum. There were dirty marks 29. 12. We'll eat High Street. I saw him 3 o'clock. We arrived 15. 37. We live 25 Elm Road. The tall woman was standing the window. Manchester. the park.I saw her the bus. we were the museum. 8 o'clock 35. the road to 13. my son is Oxford University. He had a beer the corner. All the fishing boats are 21. We live studying 16. 39. 26. 30. Oxford. weekends. 24. It's written the top. school 1981. 'Where's the medicine?' 'It's bottle.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1.' 17. We went the little pub the front page. has been office all morning. the back of the 7. There was a man 2. He wasn't standing the door. There was a strange man plane. I'll be at the club the evening. Put the picture 33. 40. 8. the 28. 20. My office is the fourth floor. We have a house London very late. the a boat the other wall. the back of the 25. the station 10. Bath is a small town Bristol. They have a house the Alps. 14. 19. 32. the ceiling.
a) for c) became of 2. We aren't allowed to go d) on the river. a) around c) over 9. a) underneath c) behind 14. i'm sorry. There must have been people. b) after d) beyond 2. The train arrived time. The pilot wrestled of the plane. They worked a) over c) about b) about d) in a plan. I think I'll have a word it. b) out d) for 69 STANLEY . The monster arose a) with c) by 5. b) out d) from the crossroads. a) again c) for 4.000 b) above d) on the depths. We'll arrive 10 o'clock. They kept arguing for and right to strike. i'm not going to argue b) became d) to you. b) over a) to c) with b) for d) of the 3. a) in/in c) at/at 6. a) with/around c) of/round 11. She was standing a) by him b) for/about d) with/about the window. Let me wrap this handkerchief your arm. being 10. b) at/at d) in/on b) in/at d) at/in b) of d) from Paris b) against d) with c) at 13. I must apologize to you late. a) over c) after the station just the controls a) for c) with b) of d) at 8. a) at/on c) in/in 7.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Which is the correct answer? 1. The bird flew a) out of c) outside 12.
He speaks good Spanish. I haven't seen Jean last saw her 12. Frank's house 9. 20. 15.' 27. church. It was a slow train. the 17. I want to go 5. The lawyer went speak 26. the age the same Majorca seven the office. I always take my wife our wedding anniversary. He studied Madrid a year. Mr Smith is work. I had a strange feeling when I first arrived this country. Let's go mass. were you? work today. My secretary wasn't 36. bed. It was a short story and I wrote it a couple hours. 25. 14. She got married 20. My father's gone He's his way 24. 31. He was jailed still his office. I'll be John's.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1. What time do you usually arrive the office the morning? the 39. It stopped every little station. the Festival 29. I'll be work o'clock this evening. America was discovered 1492. 32. 35. he'll probably retire a few years' time. 23. When the two boys arrived cinema they went 19. 6. He's prison. I was brought don't like the town. 37. 4. 7. My mother is coming speak 28. What time are we expected arrive the hotel? 22. 11. I can't sleep 1912. a long time. They always go still church. 'Where were you last night?' 'I was the cinema. Mary and Jean are students Harvard University. They are the country. You weren't she was the party. It's impossible me go the moment. They arrived London early the morning. 40. a walk night. 30. We had a party last night. The Titanic sank 34. 10. work. home ill 16. There's a concert Hall tonight. 3. 38. I won't be home tomorrow. I ten years. The Charleston was a popular dance the 20's. the school the teacher. 13. My father is 59. six 21. 2. nobody will understand. We arrived hours late. I your wedding. the week. What's the Odeon cinema? mass. If everybody speaks time. and relax 70 STANLEY . He had a bad accident last month and he's still hospital. He's the prison the convict. I work hard weekends. 18.' 8. We usually go Sundays. Both horses arrived same time. 33.
What was the man arrested on? (suspicion/having stolen the money) 13. What are they doing experiments with? (rats) . Where does he live? (Elm Road/London) 8. 2. What is she grateful to him for? (his help) 6. What did he stoke up the boiler with? (coal) 14. What did she strike you with? (her umbrella) 15. Where will you do the shopping? (supermarket/corner) 71 STANLEY . Where do you live? (17 Elm Street/Bristol) 11. What do you have to suck the poison out of? (the wound) 5. Who has this boy fallen in love with? (that girl) 3. What did she fight back? (her tears) 4.... What is she grieving over? (death/husband) 12.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Answer the following questions: 1. Where was the policeman standing? (corner/street) 9.They are doing experiments with rats. Where was the lamp standing? (corner/room) 10. When did they go on holiday? Qune) 7.
Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Hung out to Dry An Irishman called O'Connor was passing the bend 1 river when he saw a man throw himself* 3 5 a narrow but deep the water. "I thought the unfortunate character had pegged himself15 dry. "Well. O'Connor the the rescue again." argued O'Connor. O'Connor dived . there was an know why O'Connor had the poor water. and once more pulled the man 10 a tree nearby. The stranger immediately thrust him the river." 72 STANLEY . the would-be suicide case hanged himself11 Shortly12 13 inquest and the coroner demanded not cut the rope 14 man. However as soon as his saviour had turned his back. and pulled the man 4 6 and threw himself back stand 8 Unable 7 went 9 and watch a man commit suicide.
The old woman scowled 7. for possession of the ball. The sale is scheduled 15. in the sand. in good manners. M. They made a hole 3. K. F. Jim had a scrap 5. The police sealed 13. There's scope 4. E. for tomorrow. The fans screamed 12. with his brother. B. at me. H. Jim had a scrap 5. 0. C. off the table. The mother was screaming 11. They made a hole 3. 1. They scored a goal 10. at the boy. L. She scrubbed the stain 73 STANLEY . against us. The fans screamed 12.. There's scope 4. They scored a goal 10. The players scrambled 6. The mother was screaming 11. These children are schooled 14. about that. The players scrambled 6. The police sealed 13. The old woman scowled 7. She scoured the grease 8. with excitement. off the floor. We're very sceptical 2. N. The sale is scheduled 15. She scrubbed the stain A. off the exits. 14. D. He scored 9. with his latest book. G. J.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Match numbers with letters I. I. for improvement. He scored 9. We're very sceptical 2. These children are schooled. She scoured the grease 8.
Come 5. 16.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted ACROSS 1. Drive .. My property is 12. the butcher's. those trees. The bridge is the river. She was buying meat 8. I was there 3. 6. I heard something 12. A ball is 9 to five. these hills. 17. the train. 9. There's a fish . I don't feel like going. the train.. We'll go the weather. of the room. She walked the river. 6. It's not difficult 13. the river. DOWN 1. They swam 11. I have no time. Wait the weekend. 14. Try this pullover 10.. He jumped from the bridge 15. I work 2. with me... 4. 74 STANLEY . the night. I don't want to do it. that street. Not in. 7. I saw her two weeks. The house is 15.
The hotel is the sea. easy reach his 11. The soldiers fired enemy 10 70. the prices. 17. 5. We tried him. He had a quarrel girlfriend. the truck. 35. 9. the 25. Operator. the semifinal. $10. 32. She was puzzling his letter weeks. it. The police pushed crowd. We are ready 2. He quailed speaking 28. her 6. She's very quick fast 27. They put this 14 The field was full of nettles and thistles. the accident. the door. She was rapt 13. 7. He quoted a passage Shakespeare's plays. the the fire and got their horses. The bride was radiant nettles. He put joy. put them the 39. They raged the Bar him disagreeing. He put a proposal. doing it.000. 34. random. There was a rap 16. an idea. contemplation. it was rank 15. the proposal public. He got a rap the teacher. She can't walk 10. action. He has a weakness motorcycles. He took the blame something he hadn't done. put me number. the 40. 75 STANLEY . I don't know how you can put her. one of 36. I see no reason 3. We'll make it ready Queen's visit. Don't leave your clothes there. They made a raid bases. He's reading Cambridge. This house is rated 12. Their ages range 21.They pushed a payment. enemy 4. the knuckles 33. the 19. In fact. Warmth radiated stove. something silly 30. She put 37. The gunman reached gun. He quarrelled figures. 20. 31. He ranged himself opposition.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1. 38. 18. They raised their voices 24. reason 22. The car rammed 23. 26. 8. She qualified his 29.
The girl shivered at the thought of meeting him. What 12. She made up with her boyfriend. What ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 76 STANLEY . They want to keep up with the Joneses.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Ask questions for these answers: 1. What 8. What 2. What 11. Who(m) 3. He set up as a butcher. These people sacrifice their lives for the love of God. What(a) 6. She was offended by your remarks. She felt irritated at the thought of losing him. He settled down in an armchair. What 4. What 7. What 9. They set some money aside for their old age. Who(m) 5. She is very sentimental about her dog. What 10. She is very sensitive about being too thin. They were at the mercy of the waves. He signed up for 20 years in the Army. How long 13.
You're father "All right" said Paddy. It was quite dark when the doctor arrived." said the doctor. doctor. we'll have a drink celebrate it." his job. sure it's going 8 be quite a celebration. hold the light a little closer." 6 7 With Paddy holding the lamp the doctor set 4 "Paddy.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted By Candle Light Paddy's wife lived 1 the country and took ill one day shortly before her child was due." two." "I don't want 9 be difficult." said Paddy. "Just a minute. you're the proud father Paddy was very happy." "Well. again "Hold the light a little closer. You're the father of three. "Doctor. a little boy. "Hold the light a little closer." said Paddy." "Just a minute. "Where is the little lady?" he asked." "Wait. "She's 2 there 3 5 the barn where she collapsed. "We'll open a bottle. "but don't you think that this bloody light is attracting them?" 77 STANLEY ." said the doctor again.
Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted There are 15 prepositions. A A G ' A I N S ' T M C B J L E E K L A Y 0 0 Z 0 N P 0 N I S R D E T T A X U H B V W E C P 0 N D H T I W J S A M T L H K U L V K W M W E J E F 0 R R X B F N W C E 0 Z D U C C F R 0 B 0 H E S G D S F I A B S B E T D E U V R 0 C Q P T U 0 • G 78 STANLEY . Find them.
They are still 3. The Charleston was a popular dance 19. We arrived 16. I had a strange feeling when I arrived (this country) 14. They always go to mass. I haven't seen them 10. I can't sleep 20. My father will probably retire (a few years' time) 22. We had a party 8. I was brought up 4. He had an accident. Everybody is speaking 18. What's on 2. 1. She got married 17. That man was jailed 5.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Finish the sentences. He's still 6. This train stops 12. When the boys arrived (cinema/they/went/in) 15. I work very hard (the week) (night) (1492) (Majorca/7 hours/late) (age/20) (the same time) (20's) (cinema) (Frank's) (Bristol University) (a long time) (Albert Hall) (every little station) (the party last night) (cinema/today) (church) (country) (10 years) (hospital) 79 STANLEY . You weren't 13. Mary and John are students 9. America was discovered 21. Last night we went 7. There's a concert 11.
I wouldn't bother people. All the Japanese look the same being shy. enemies. the same 40.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1. 31. the beach saturated sunshine. an 18. 9. They heard the ricochet the rocks. They teased her bullets 21. tracks. the safe side. He rang They were ringed They are rigging scaffolding She was riding the car. There's safety 26. doing it. The lane was rutted 33. the anchor. our 34. Rome once ruled empire. numbers. I did it my family. She didn't have any satisfaction the local people. We are the same wavelength. 22. We have lived twenty years. 27. some the workmen. That's quite satisfactory 13. We are now safe 36. 39. me. sale. The ship was riding 10. the children. 2. 20. 15. The children were riding donkeys. It's not worth it. She walked Plymouth the church. 80 STANLEY . How much did the garage charge you the repairs. The fence safeguarded them intruders. They are tarred brush. That's quite safe 28. me. The car ran a tree. The hinges have rusted you. attackers. those 12. They were safe 30. They sailed New York. 14. the back 25. the same house 38. His bicycle bumped ruts. 16. They were satisfied results. His novel is a satire society. the sake they can look after themselves. I've borrowed a book library. 32. her best 24. 35. I have satisfaction 19. She was decked clothes. 37. They lay 23. Very few things were salvaged the wreck.The car ran the dog. furiously. Let's be 29. 3. That picture is not 17. the 11. Don't bother the danger.
Not under. 9. His gun went 3. 8. I'll be back 2. 5. 4. He walked . There's a hedge the garden. the river bank. They're sailing 14. their horses. I live 7. There was surprise 13. The plane is coming 16. a week. They walked 12. Let's go London Rd. the table. DOWN 1. It goes saying. I'll wait the end of the week. 8. They all jumped the world.. the bridge. He was knocked 6. He rang me 11. 15.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Crossword of prepositions ACROSS 1. Wait morning. his face. Not outside.. 81 STANLEY . the cinema. New York. This present is you. the kitchen. 17. 15. This is the leg 10. The ship went 14. in the first round.
13 a close look the barman says: "I can't understand it. he puts five cents." He is thrown 7 the bar. I was only being polite. I'll have a whisky and a box 2 matches. "You must have me mixed 11 someone 12 else.". please." "Thanks. but I refuse 6 pay. you must have a double. I didn't really want a drink. I've just come back several months abroad. What's your pleasure?" "Thank you very much. "Good evening. please." 3 Then. sir. "It's 4 the matches. and a box of matches.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Free Drinks. but you asked me so nicely what my pleasure was." The fellow is adamant: "I'm sorry." 82 STANLEY . "Sir. An Irishman goes 1 a bar in New York and the barman says. "What's the five cents for?" The Irishman says." The barman begins 5 get angry. the counter and drinks the whisky. out! I told you I never wanted 9 see you again!" The chap refuses 10 leave. Three weeks later he walks back 8 and the barman shouts: "Hey you.
the hill. 32. The police roped the crime. They were rivals 83 STANLEY . the scene his the anger their 3 a. you 40. He rolled hot. There's no room the car. The cars roared where we stood. There's not enough room swing a cat here. 15. The ball rolled 23. He ran 3 I can't be bothered little matters. The speaker roamed events 37. The little ball rolled pavement. That wheel is rubbing mudguard. those a cloth. The guide rounded tourists. 13. we are rubbing 18. The hut was roofed of bark. What are you doing rooting in my office? 25. Those hooligans robbed me my sleep. He escaped. 33. Can you make room shelf? 26. 35. umbrellas. 27. People were rolling 29. The audience roared laughter.m. 14. They roofed the yard sheets of plastic. It was the aisles. He rounded 11. Jimmy. the cages. her husband the a deep the sentence.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1. There's a rush 2. 17. She was roused his insults. Our boat was rocked side 31. They stole money the the bank. 9. my wallet. the the week. I was robbed 24. money. 38. 30. 'How are you getting 'Well. 34. That man is rolling 4. This car runs 7 She had a row money. The tigers roared 36.9. 8. She rubbed the glass h She rubbed the lotion skin. He has a new rival the place the title. 28. 22. 12. your you. side the waves. He roused slowly sleep. 1. 39. love. 10. rub the mud trousers. that 6. He rubbed his hand forehead. her 21. diesel. We'll all be rooting 20. They were roused beds 16. His party was routed election. the strips his sleeves. the jail.
The car burst 29. 12. 2. I was bored 84 STANLEY . tears her talk. The young girl blushed mention 22. 40. 13. This show is comparable nothing. You're one of the candidates the post. The sailing ship wouldn't advance the lack of wind. The church is close post office. Stop prying 4. They won the battle 24. The doctors operated quite successfully. We'll name the baby father. This region is celebrated its wine. I bought it worry. 27. 25. Coal is sold 34. 8. The train pulled 6. 14. sight. She came forward interesting suggestion. I'm the the army. writing letters. Wheels won't bite slippery surfaces. 36. The picture was priced him 21. London. 11. I'm really astonished your work. The rescue party broke the trapped miners. 38. 31. 15. 7. Hannibal was 10. I'm going to borrow some money the bank. You're awful 17. 28. She bit 19. mind. There's no cause 32. 33.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1. Let's draw this bill 37. 5. We'll be bitten the apple. The meeting broke o'clock and they all went home. Selfridge's. What are you doing? What are you 39. The hooligan was brought the magistrate. 20. $10. 23. the the boy. your disposal whatever you want. command the enemy. You don't have any authority us any more. 16. death these mosquitoes. He assisted the police their enquiries. Everybody was there you. his my affairs. After three weeks the search was called to ? the ton. Don't turn your back people. an flames. 3. 30. I'm your orders. Where's the ship bound 9. You'll have to bear that 18. it's wonderful! with a jerk. There's nothing comparable this. seven 35. 26.000.
"so I went 21 all that you had written 22 the piece 23 the the shop and I bought paper. The hospital." answered her husband. Black. When she came back home two hours later. she found her husband waiting 17 her: "Hello. he could not find anything wrong so he sent her the local hospital 4 some tests. Mrs." 19 She was surprised. Black wrote 12 a piece 14 while she went 16 13 carefully all the things she could not eat paper which she left 15 the telephone a ladies' meeting. Black had a lot of problems 1 her skin so she went 2 the 3 doctor. The next morning the doctor telephoned Mrs. sent 6 7 8 the results the tests directly the doctor Mrs. However. darling." 85 STANLEY . when I arrived home I found your shopping list 2 0 telephone. Black 9 give her a list 10 the things he thought could be the cause 11 the skin trouble. "You have done all the shopping me?" "But how did you know what I wanted?" "Well. 5 course. I have done all the shopping 18 you.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Skin Trouble Mrs.
I can walk now. You are always telling me the orphan. I went into the army I was called nineteen. 18. He tried to buy me tried to bribe me. She lives kilos of it a day. 23. 30. The bank is supermarket. Why don't we fix a date 19. Stop attacking him. parliament. That man is rich. he's rolling money.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1. Drop me 20. You 15. ? 39. lay 6. 25. here. Put the piano in the corner the window. Why don't you give yourselves to the police? 35. the night. That horrible smell puts me 12. 2. his 22. We'll have a break minutes. Mum. you can look it 31. 10. ten him. I was not taken false promises. 11. The old man was run a car. The taxi driver set passengers. We must step 29. 21. His car was written the accident. Carmen. 'Did you stay we stayed the end?' 'Yes. the boring lecture. I'll spell it you. That Spanish girl. after 5. 36. He wasted his money. I'll write it 86 STANLEY . I'll dash quickly. 13. She had always dreamed of appearing Brad Pitt. I lost interest. I'll come to the station and see you 8. 17. We've sacked many workers. She's standing I've gone it. has taken English quickly. 32. She's reading 33. That boy is behaving badly. 28. a letter. 9. he ran a fortune. fruit. He knocked two pints of beer. The two boys have hit it They have become friends. we've laid a hundred men. We have to win him 26. 16. . I'll put you can stay here. The nuns brought 24. the production. he's acting again. . she eats 2 27. 37. 'Can we examine the house?' 'Yes. 3. 40. 34. he 38. by his 7. 14. Why don't you look the word in the dictionary? . I'm toying that idea. to our side. 4. I'll make it clear. I can't shake this cold I've had it all winter.' a degree Bristol University. She broke the engagement : they've finished.
Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Find the 13 prepositions R N G W I T H B A P B 1 N T E J U S U S T P N 0 A 1 M 0 1 V 1 S 0 R T 0 L V N D W D N N S U 1 T U D E Z E 1 0 T V P L S S X A S A N W Z K L W U Y C F G M X Y R L W U A B P A S T C S 1 V N T D E K L A B T T U U S B H 1 P W T E 0 E Q u c K N Y 87 STANLEY .
This is a quotation 16. 15.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Which is the correct answer? 1 . I like that girl b)in d)to God and men. d) but a a) on c) from 14. I ast. b)for d)to a) at c) with b)for d) on their 8. The temperatures are these days. b)at a) of c) from b) on d)off 5. I can go any day a) in c) on 13. I have the greatest respect a) to c)of b)for d) with Shakespeare.Take that thing b) under d) underneath Monday.The huge waves rolled the ship side to side. b) over d)at the table. There was paint al b) on d)in the house. 7. This picture was painted famous artist. b)at d) with black. That boy is really making a name himself. two 10.The pilots are responsible passengers' safety. This is one of the biggest cities world. the a) for c)to b)at d) from a) in c) from b)of d)at 2. a) below c) beneath a) of c)at normal 12. a) at c)of a) with c)at 11. 3. an a) for c)to b)by d)of a) by c) due to b)for d) during you. I swear it a) to c) before 4. b)to d)at 6. a) of c) from a) for c)of b)at d) with 88 STANLEY .The town was rocked earthquake. The train has arrived hours late. What's that silly boy laughing ? 9.
I'm you on that. There is a meadow stream. James can speak 8. We prefer death 28. cold. They sell wine 33. You can see Coca Cola advertised the world. When I saw him he was going the street. each other. He was stiff 9. The car passed 26. He was swimming 11. him. We have no bread. She missed the train minutes.1 like to live the open air. 7. I'll sign the contract the 37.1 agree German. the foot of the the letter. 40. He spoke twice meeting. Turn the left the traffic lights. the death 5. two him. 35. 3. There's a little house 30. Mary. 'Do you work night. 18. She collapsed her son. 'Are you coming sea. Smoking 20. We have to live income. his hat 27. the time being. He was walking and the street nervously. full speed. It goes you. 15. 29. 4. 21. That is 13.' 32.1 can't go 38. our 31.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1. ! your jurisdiction. 17. He expressed his thoughts a loud voice. There will be six of us for dinner. This is love 25. eight 10. the wall. No one slavery. you. class is the school rules. Breakfast will be ready o'clock. Take your socks 12. 24. You have to sign the party. so we'll have to do it. 39. 14. day?' 'No. They sat 6. The ship sailed land?' 'No. They walked first sight. the pint. The thief jumped down the mouse. 19. The cat ran 36.' 34. the saying that I'll be New York.1 got the information 2. I met him 23. the strains the wedding march. the lake. Do you know the man microphone? 22. 16. 89 STANLEY .
0. We'll have a break 5.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Match numbers with letters 1. M. B. She is reading 9. That man is rolling 10. to English quickly.The Spanish girl has taken 3. That horrible smell 13. E. He knocked 14. 10. for Parliament. through the boring picture. F. The car was written 12. and see you off.The taxi driver set 4. C. The old man was run 11. J. She practically lives 6. He knocked 14. She practically lives 6. puts me off. 1. I. in money. We stayed 8. The Spanish girl has taken 3. That horrible smell 13. I'll come to the station K. off after the accident. She's standing 2. in ten minutes. The old man was run 11. for a degree. The taxi driver set 4. N. back two pints of beer.We stayed 8. I'll come to the station 90 STANLEY . over to our side. D. The car was written 12. H. She's standing 2. The bank is 7. L. down his passengers. opposite the supermarket. We have to win him 15. G. We'll have a break 5. over by a car. She is reading 9. That man is rolling A. We have to win him 15. on fruit.The bank is 7.
" All the patients were very happy and. they started 8 jump 9 it." 91 STANLEY ." As soon as the springboard had been installed all the patients began 13 14 it. so I have build a swimming pool 7 you. so now I am going16 put the water 17 the swimming pool. as soon as the swimming pool had been built.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Swimming Pool 1 a faraway country they had a very big hospital2 locked all the mentally ill people. which they The director3 one day he said 5 decided 6 the institution was very pleased 4 his patients so them: "You have been very good this year. too. so I am going11 12 the swimming pool. too. A year later the director10 the centre told the patients: put a springboard "You have been very good this year. jump The next year the director15 the centre told his patients: "You have been very good this year.
English a the moment. we're 17. be easier. 31. a very low voice. I was paid marble. I'll be there of six. There was a large statue hall 7. 21. your writing. bread herself the way. 39. 26. 2. You've got paint two this your hair. the stroke 36.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1. She was all the house. death. 25. Are you going fishing weather? 9. step. I'll be danger. We went hunting 8. She spoke 23. These garments are made machinery. There's nothing to eat and butter. Mr and Mrs Brown are dinner 32. All these things are done 10. your orders. We'll win 6. Jane had a bandage knee. The man was punished stealing. 28. 35. 92 STANLEY . We have finished. I saw that film TV last her this way everything will hand. The man had a gold watch his wrist. We'll divide the cake halves. 37. 14. I'll put it down 22. Relax. We are all 33. 29. We'll sell these things price. the 4. He's not here. The children are very busy their homework. this ever. 24. 40. where were you 30. I've written a book verbs. He was burnt a leash. sir! a good week. 16. 5. We never do that weekdays. I know your brother only photos I've seen. 18. He had a big dog 3. I've received a letter the mother. This river is the longest country. Diamonds are the rain. he's business trip. We'll have to do it step 11. Could you please write it down figures? 20. the main duty all night. 19. 15. 34. the end. yesterday? 12. the hour. There was a hotel road. What would you do place? my 38. The lesson is 27. 13.
Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Find the 12 prepositions. F D C B A Z E C B A D R D E S P I T E F H 0 0 E F M J G R W T 0 C M J N L K H E V U N E N K W R E E F U 0 P P E L X 0 R V A W H Q T E T E U 0 0 T 0 T R S W U C N F B S L I J W T D N D E A R E W F Z E C I Q B P 0 B G E A B B S • X Y D X G I W 93 STANLEY .
What is 6. What is 7. What's she 9. What was 4. What's 14. The meeting broke up at seven o'clock. He's prying into my affairs. The hooligan was brought before the magistrate. Who(m) shall we 2. This region is celebrated for its wine. The picture was priced at $10. Coal is sold by the ton. We'll name the baby after his father. The ship is bound for London.000. Who(m) was 13. What is there ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 94 STANLEY . There's no cause for worry. What are you 12. Where's 5. You will have to bear that in mind. At what time 8. What 10. She bit into the apple.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Ask questions for these answers: 1. What's 3. What 11. I'm astonished at her work. The church is close to the Post Office. She's awful at writing letters.
36.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted I. 9. the 32.The car ran 2. 33. She's always thinking children. What do you understand that? my my 1980. a very strange 31. 5. They were all wet water. don't tread toes. 24. My brother was born 15. garlic. 10. 39. The rescue party broke through the trapped miners. the the tobacco the 95 STANLEY . You'll be the stand-in main actress. People should stick ideas. There's a heavy tax this country. joy. 16. 38. I think she's smiling 8. Your kisses taste darling. 23. a typewriter. 37. Why don't we have a swim the river? 11. the room and sat killing 34. these the face. She was weeping 22. She's typing view. ? a round table. 18. my cousin. Please. 26. Don't stare people 7. you. How much will it sell 3. We have declared war poverty. 25. Rich people usually travel plane. 20. They all sat 4. a lamppost.1 took you 13. 40. their 28. 14. Both of them have broken relations. There was a lamp ceiling. 12. I'm going to sit examination. The ship vanished 27. 35. They are victims terrorism. 19. You have to learn the Latin declensions heart. Don't waste your money things. He lived a while a desert island.1 should like to travel world. He suffers disease. Are you speaking experience? 6. I'll give a party birthday. Why don't you write a story Hannibal? 30. 17. shorthand. I'm writing 29. the 21. You can't stop people themselves. I've been robbed her my bag. Have you paid furniture? the table. She came down. We'll have to split the cake several pieces.
Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Find the 13 prepositions. A B 0 V E S T U W F 0 B F A R 0 U N D W A B 0 N 0 P U K L M H T A E N E B T H R 0 U G H 0 U T W A B • G D H G T S A P C G H N J I F B A Z X D F U P 0 N E C D Y W F 0 K L E X C E P T V R N N M 0 P A C R 0 S S R E D N U Q R E D Y Z C Q R S T U 96 STANLEY .
The man watched him calmly and when he had finished he put his hand 16 his pocket. The third day the same man came 9 the cafe and asked 10 11 another coffee. He drank it. The waiter decided 12 take his revenge. The man took 26 coins 4 one 6 one 7 one cent 5 his pocket. threw them the room and left the cafe. "How much is it?" he asked. put his hand his pocket and. please. He took twenty-four cents 13 his box and he threw them." 97 STANLEY . he gave the waiter a fifty-cent coin. as he had no change. took17 two cents and said. one 14 one. "Give me another coffee.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Another Coffee A strange-looking man came 1 cup 3 coffee." answered the waiter. a cafe one day and asked 2 a The waiter served the coffee and the man drank it slowly.15 the room. "Twenty-six cents. The same thing happened 8 the next day and the waiter didn't say anything but watched the man angrily as he left the cafe.
How long has he been working here for? (six months) He has been 9. What is rising from the chimney? (smoke) There is smoke 6. What is this land ripe for? (development) This land is ripe 3. How did everything go? (according to plan) Everything went 10. 1. Since when haven't we seen each other? (October) We haven't seen each other 8. How much has the river risen by? (ten feet) The river has 5. Who(m) did they rise up against? (invaders) They rose up 7.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted Answer these questions. Where's the ship bound for? (New York) The ship is 98 STANLEY . Where's your house? (end/street) Our house is 11. What shall I rinse my hair with? (water) Rinse your 4. What is he an expert at? (judo) He's an expert 12. there is 2. Is there any risk of contamination? Yes. Where has the convict escaped from? (jail) The convict has 14.Who(m) have you fallen in love with? (Peter) I've fallen 13.Who(m) is she envious of? (her sister) She is envious 15.
She spent the whole day beach. silence. 33. A heavy silence hung 8. The tide went 34. the 20. He was naked. not being his request. He handed the city. He jammed 2. his authority the new president. These people are handing pamphlets 10. She was angry 15. This car is repair. They pushed the piano the main the the invited to the wedding. This money will pull us 16. Come on! Let's get Let's start.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1. we rushed the room. he had nothing 7. the touched 12. 9. 36. We had a quarrel homework. I came here 14. that nasty habit. She went the first time she had acted. 99 STANLEY . Let him blow 31. present we're increasing the little girl. Your story is bounds of credibility. his cries. the stage. The bells resounded valley. its target. the brakes. Years passed. My balcony gives that. the river.1 don't agree. We'll have to iron differences. You are barking 29. Eventually business improved and money rolled 25. I didn't convince him. The fox was hunted 5. She wouldn't stop talking. work! 40. 37. fish. I couldn't get a word 21. We'll wait the wrong tree. the him. 13. 38. She frowned the boy 27. 32. a break the weather. it was business. steam. 35. The missile homed 4. He got a light sentence. 19. Stop fussing 26. They rowed the boat 39. His arrest a riot. our 22. 23. 30. 28. 3. These shoes are too small. Let's hope the rain holds 6. He has grown 11. time rolled 24. I didn't get window. the dogs. White wine goes the street. I don't go 17. they won't go street. 18.
smoking. he passed at midnight. sat bed.look pickpockets. He knocked 37. Don't play emotions. the deal. you lead 13. lost time extra work. the bench. son. He doesn't work. He's so ill that I don't think he'll pull 11. Children. He lived the crime his conscience. The soldiers opened fire. She kicked some slippers a few nails. her. 22. She woke frightened and 21. the chair. They are making 3. 6. Let me pay the meal. his her mistakes. The gunman picked victims. I came pulled train. Let's sum it 5. I'll turn the business to my him. Keep near me! me! Don't come 20. I'll knock your head 38. the fire. 27. I've already laid 35. We'll go when it leaves the sun. 18. 15. 36. The minister was questioned his plans. The train moved slowly. raining. he lives his estate. Go in front. her shoes and put 39.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted "I. people's 33. The current swept the bridge 24. She was lying 29. Be careful. it was pouring 32. 100 STANLEY . He pulled ! her theory. Why don't you plug the radio? 16. 10. He has walked a word of warning. 2. 40. The judge let him a fine. lightly 12. without 26. A smile lit 30. he looks 4. 25. She put 9. The train five. Put that sword 8. He admires his brother. He leaned back 34. 28. 7. 31.The Russians sat the 7G conference. they opened again. her face. The old man died. He kept his bed a month. move please. I pointed 14. 19.. 23. It was raining heavily. She piled wood 17.
Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1. They were surrounded 5. The car ran 26. There's safety 17. She was decked out 4. The fence safeguarded them 18. The lane was rutted 23. They teased her 2. That's quite safe 19. Rome once ruled 25. We are all 15. They were safe 21. I've borrowed a book 22. The child was riding 3. That picture is not 12. His novel is a satire 10. Very few things were salvaged 11. All the Japanese look the same 16. His bicycle bumped 24. They were very satisfied 7. They are tarred 14. They didn't have any satisfaction 9. That is very satisfactory 8. I have satisfaction 13. The ship was riding 6. Let's be 20. How much did the garage charge you (be/shy) (donkey) (best clothes) (enemy) (anchor) (results) (me) (local people) (our society) (the wreck) (sale) (do/it) (same/brush) (same/wavelength) (me) (numbers) (intruders) (children) (safe side) (attackers) (library) (tracks) (ruts) (an empire) (tree) (repairs) 101 STANLEY .
visitors. The other team walked all us. It was moulded clay. He can't come transport strike. the trap. 20. 29. 21. 16. 26. The doctors are going to operate him. Let me pour some wine your glass. past. 5. the 39. She can't come busy. He's waiting the the shade. This is a good method teaching music. 4. 36. you. The army waded stream. These people keep moving place place. This artist paints 14. He's very private affairs. The bird settled branch. 34. The soldiers walked right liberty. We can all vouch honesty. my son. You're contempt. That little girl is in need love. He's set book. doing it. . him. There's no point wailing mistakes made in the past. She nodded 8. They were set 6. That never occurred 30. That's a good opportunity me. 9. 33. our meal? nature. 3. Go to bed. We'll play a trick 10. She persisted 11. 28. It's about time you woke publishing his the fact that she's run away. The old man rambled the his 15. In the next elections I'll vote post. 18. 12. My friend Robert has walked out his wife. You have to practise more the piano. our fears. tickets are cheap. do it. those people. me. 35. Don't wait me. his 38. It is you to lie. the . 27. 37. She mocked 7. Put the chair you'll be more comfortable. We're very obliged 31. her smile was 22. The place is open 32. Are you waiting the bus? 23. You're rubbish. 24. 19. He's a waiter. Will you partake 13. she's very the 17. 102 STANLEY 40. The play is excellent. 2.Using Prepositions • Exercise Book Assorted 1. 25. I knew that sadness. We were beaten ten nil.
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