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Paul met us at the station. Have you been to the theatre recently? Yes, I was at the Old Vic last night. We start serving breakfasts at 7.30. Shall I send yours up to your room, or will you have it in the restaurant? To my astonishment I was the only person in the bar. Everyone else had gone to the Casino. I think I left my umbrella in the bus. I'd better write to the Lost Property Office. I went to bed early but I couldn't get to sleep because the people in the next room were talking so loudly. In the daytime the streets are crowded but at night they are quite deserted. He is always in a bad temper at breakfast time. You can't say that he lives in luxury. There's hardly any furniture in his room. He hasn't even got a desk to write at.
AT, BY, IN, INTO, OF, OFF, ON, OUT (OF), TO, UNDER, WITH I saw him standing in the queue but I don't know whether he got on/into the bus or not. According to Tom, it is impossible to live in Paris on less than $10.000 a year. You ought to be ashamed of yourself for coming into my nice clean kitchen in/with muddy boots. Mr Jones is very keen on punctuality. His lessons start dead on time and you get into terrible trouble if you're late. I buy a newspaper on my way to the station and read it in/on the train. By the time I get to London I've read most of it. You look worried. Are you in some sort of trouble? ~ Yes, in a way. I'm in debt and my creditors want to be paid by/at the end of the month, and at the moment I haven't any money in the bank. The car skidded into the tree, the windscreen was smashed and the driver was cut in the face by splinters of glass. Four people were injured in/at the demonstration. The children hastily changed into bathing things and jumped into the river with shouts of delight.
AT, BY, DURING, FOR, FROM, IN, OF, ON, OVER, SINCE, TILL, UNDER, WITH At the age of 18 he was sent to prison for theft.
. so I ordered some sandwiches for you. WITH How are you getting on at school? ~ I'm getting on all right except in/at English. and spend more time at/on it. I'm sorry for/about being late on Monday. I wonder what sort of house he would build me for $30. He was in prison for two years. OF. He built a very nice house for Jack for only $50. If you are going to/past the Post Office. FOR. TO. and Jack is sitting in C26. DURING. Last night he played some Chopin. He has worked for Brown and Company for ten years and now the firm has been taken over by Jones Ltd. I'll have to work harder at it. who pays the bill? ~ Oh. He was so infuriated by/with the play that he walked out in the middle of the act.000. TILL. He can't decide whether to hang it in the hall on the right as you come in or in the sitting room over the fireplace. ON.000. The rows are lettered from A to T. He sometimes plays to/for us in the evening. PAST. and they're going to dismiss him. What about taking the day off and spending it at/by the seaside? AT. FOR. The complete set of books can be ordered for $10 from Jones and Company. they're at/in the bar. They arranged for her to travel in the care of a friend of the family. Boys of/under 18 were not supposed to start till 8 a. Have you heard from John since his return? What platform does the train to/for York leave from? He invited me to dinner at his club. You'll find more of his plays in the bookcase in the corner. OVER. During that time he became interested in pigeons.m. So if Tom is sitting in B26. He always sends me books for/on my birthday. I haven't paid for them: you can pay the barman. FROM. I was horrified by/at his appearance. could you buy me a book of stamps? I thought you'd be late for dinner. Paul's a pianist. IN. The house is on fire! Send for the Fire Brigade! AT. He promised us a share of/in the profits. I'm very bad at English. OF. Tom will be directly in front of Jack. BY. I'm sorry for Tom. each of us pays for what he has had. ON. SINCE. BY. TILL/UNTIL. WITH When you have lunch at/in a restaurant. He looked as if he hadn't slept for weeks. UNDER. IN. beginning with/at the row nearest the stage. The police are interested in a bank robbery which took place during/in Bill's last holidays.
After waiting for half an hour he went home in disgust. TO. and since then she has been supporting the family. SINCE. FOR. or: She has been supporting the family for the last year. AFTERWARDS I've had this toothache for the last week. . AFTER. He listened to me in/with amazement. Her husband died last year. Afterwards he was sorry he hadn't waited longer. THEN. TILL/UNTIL. I read him the report.