Dec 22, 2016

UNIT 123 • In / at / on (place) (2)

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  • Answer the questions about the pictures. Use ‘in’, ‘at’ or ‘on’ with the words in brackets.
    • A:       What’s Sue doing?
      B:       She’s standing (queue)

      • A:       Sue lives in this building. Where’s her flat exactly?
        B:        (second floor)

        • A:       Where is the woman standing?
          B:        or (corner)

          • A:       Where is the man standing?
            B:        (corner)

            • A:       Where’s the dog?
              B:        (back / car)

              • A:       What’s the man doing?
                B:       looking (mirror)

                • A:       Ann is in this group of people. Where is she?
                  B:        (front)

                  • A:       Tom is at the cinema. Where is he sitting?
                    B:        (back row)

                    • A:       Where’s the post office?
                      B:        (left)
                      A:       And the bank?
                      B:        (right)

                      • A:       Where does Kate work?
                        B:        (farm)

                      • Complete the sentences. Use ‘in’, ‘at’ or ‘on’ + one of the following:

                        the west coast       ○      the world       ○      the front row       ○      the right       ○      the back of the envelope       ○      the sky       ○      the back of the class       ○      my way to work
                        • It was a lovely day. There wasn’t a cloud
                          In most countries people drive
                          What is the tallest building
                          I usually buy a newspaper in the morning.
                          San Francisco is of the United States.
                          We went to the theatre last night. We had seats
                          I couldn’t hear the teacher very well. She spoke quietly and I was sitting
                          When you send a letter, it is a good idea to write your name and address

                        • Complete the sentences with ‘in’, ‘at’ or ‘on’.
                          • It can be dangerous when children play  . . . 
                            in
                            the street.
                            • in
                            • at
                            • on

                          • If you walk to the end of the street, you’ll see a small shop  . . . 
                            at
                            the corner.
                            • in
                            • at
                            • on

                          • Is Tom  . . . 
                            in
                            this photograph? I can’t find him.
                            • in
                            • at
                            • on

                          • My office is  . . . 
                            on
                            the first floor. It’s  . . . 
                            on
                            the left as you come out of the lift.
                            • inon
                            • atin
                            • onat

                          • We normally use the front entrance but there’s another entrance  . . . 
                            at
                            the back.
                            • in
                            • at
                            • on

                          • A: Is there anything interesting  . . . 
                            in
                            the paper today?
                            B: Well, there’s an unusual photograph  . . . 
                            on
                            the back page.
                            • inon
                            • atin
                            • onat

                          • I love to look up at the stars  . . . 
                            in
                            the sky at night.
                            • in
                            • at
                            • on

                          • (in a restaurant)
                            A: Where shall we sit?
                            B: Over there,  . . . 
                            in
                            the corner.
                            • in
                            • at
                            • on

                          • When I’m a passenger in a car, I prefer to sit  . . . 
                            in
                            the front.
                            • in
                            • at
                            • on

                          • It’s a very small village. You probably won’t find it  . . . 
                            on
                            your map.
                            • in
                            • at
                            • on

                          • Paris is  . . . 
                            on
                            the river Seine.
                            • in
                            • at
                            • on

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