Put in the correct preposition: on, in, at, or for.
Can you turn the light on, please? I don’t want to sit *** the dark.
Water boils at 100 degrees celsius.
When I was 14, I went on a trip to France organised by my school.
I wouldn’t like his job. He spends most of his time talking on the phone.
Julia’s grandmother died recently at the age of 79.
Can you turn the light on, please? I don’t want to sit in the dark.
We didn’t go on holiday last year. We stayed at home.
I’m going to Scotland for a short holiday next month.
I won’t be here next week. I’ll be on holiday.
He got married at 17, which is rather young to get married.
There was an interesting programme on the radio this morning.
In my opinion, violent films should not be shown on television.
I wouldn’t like to go on a cruise. I think I’d get bored.
I mustn’t eat too much. I’m supposed to be on a diet.
In Britain, children start school at the age of five.
There was panic when people realized that the building was on fire.
The Earth travels round the Sun at a speed of 107,000 kilometres an hour.
Did you enjoy your holiday? Not every minute, but on the whole, yes.
When you write a cheque, you have to write the amount in words and figures.