Choose one: To/At
- We arrived at the station.
- Let’s meet at Adams’.
- I’m going to you.
- Mary returned to the store.
- She knows that he’s always at his friends’.
Choose one: For/Since
- We’ve been studying maths for five years.
- You’ve been studying languages since I know you.
- He has been traveling for five years.
- I’ve been here for the whole hour. Where have you been?
- He’s been with the company since it was established.
Choose one: In/For/On/At (Dates, Seasons, Times, Months and Holidays)
- Muriel has a meeting in the morning.
- She’ll be here at 6:00 PM as she’s always in time.
- The term paper is due at 8:00 AM on the 5th.
- He’d like to travel in August.
- She’ll buy tickets for (for this date)/on (that day) the 12th of August for them.
- The whole family loves to go sailing in the springtime.
- Are you going to the barbecue on the 4th of July?
Choose one: About/Up to/Around (Quantities)
- Thank you, but it’s enough. I ate up to six cakes today.
- It’ll be around four films for today.
- I don’t know exactly, but it’s about 20.
Choose one: In/On/At (Regions & Places)
- There’s a bank on Birch Street.
- Currently, my parents live in France.
- We drove to the beach and swam in the ocean.
- The Andersons live at 144 Byrd Lane.
- By the seaside certainly, should be fresh air.
- Mark is afraid of bears.
- I’m afraid (zero preposition) that you can’t do it as soon as possible.
- For the love of mercy, stop that noise.
- Usually, he feels no concern for anything.
- You should study for a degree.
- Please, don’t worry about us; we’ll be safe.