Exercise 1: prepositions of manner

(Practise English prepositions of manner, means, instrument)

Prepositions (with, by, in) – drop-down (difficulty: 2 of 5 – rather easy)

Choose the appropriate preposition of mannerwith, by, in,’ or ‘without’ for the sentences. If you are still unsure about the details, read the use of English prepositions of manner again.

  • Example: “Last week a hunter was attacked by a bear.”

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  1. The Millers bought a house a view of the canyon.
  2. Please send us your reservation letter.
  3. They say it’s easy to find a job when you’re qualified, but reality it can be difficult.
  4. They were speaking Italian, so I couldn’t understand a word.
  5. That is doubt a great present.
  6. It was hard to understand him as he was speaking a strong accent.
  7. A lot of kids go to school bus nowadays.
  8. Why are you always a hurry?
  9. Do you like this scarf? – Mh, I think it would look better red.
  10. I love crime novels written Scandinavian writers. They’re so good.

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