Put in to/at/in/into or no preposition where necessary.
We got stuck in a traffic jam on our way *** the airport.
Three people were taken to hospital after the accident.
I met Caroline on my way home. No preposition
We left our luggage at the station and went to find something to eat.
Shall we take a taxi to the station or shall we walk?
I must go to the bank today to change some money.
The river Rhine flows into the North Sea.
I’m tired. As soon as I get home, I’m going to bed.
Have you got your camera? No, I left it at home.
Marcel is French. He has just returned to France after two years in Brazil.
Are you going to Linda’s party next week?
Carl was born in Chicago but his family moved to New York when he was three. He still lives in New York.
Have you ever been to China?
I had lost my key but I managed to climb into the house through a window.
We got stuck in a traffic jam on our way to the airport.
We had lunch *** the airport while we were waiting for our plane.
Welcome to the hotel. We hope you enjoy your stay here.
What do you say to someone visiting your town(New York) or country? Welcome to New York!