Part 1 Fill in the blanks with prepositions or adverbs
Directions: Fill in the blanks in the following sentences with appropriate prepositions or adverbs. Fill in each blank with only ONE word.
1. They believed that the tropical forest could only support a simple hunting-and-gathering way of life while their findings are quite odds with their imagination.
2. While the Internet is a must, television, radio, newspapers, and magazines, which are referred as the media, are also very important in modern life.
3. Boeing said the new plane, which is derived the 767X project, would have a wider body than the existing 767 plane.
4. You need to take stock your particular situation carefully and plan the course of action most likely to work for you.
5. I have to say that there is a great deal to take from what you have said in this report, too much to be done all in a short moment.
6. After a few months' away from home and school, I'm just getting myself back track, building myself up mentally, physically and emotionally.
7. Without the participation of ten thousand workers, completion of such a huge project in so short a period would be the question.
8. In some societies, the first thing people care is quality; in other societies, the first thing on a customer's mind is the cost; and in other countries, the concern is style.
9. One of the stated purposes of the PTA is to bring the home and school closer relationship so that parents and teachers may work together for children.
10. Every morning she was torn the ideas of wearing this or that skirt, and there were just too many choices to be settled at once.