Dec 23, 2016

UNIT 125 • To / at / in / into

30 cards
, 143 answers
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  • Complete the sentences with ‘to’, ‘at’, ‘in’, ‘into’ where necessary.
    • Three people were taken  . . . 
      to hospital
      after the accident.
      • to hospital
      • at hospital
      • in hospital
      • into hospital
      • hospital

    • I met Caroline on my way  . . . 
      home
      .
      to home
      • to home
      • at home
      • in home
      • into home
      • home

    • We left our luggage  . . . 
      at the station
      and went to find something to eat.
      • to the station
      • at the station
      • in the station
      • into the station
      • the station

    • Shall we take a taxi  . . . 
      to the station
      or shall we walk?
      • to the station
      • at the station
      • in the station
      • into the station
      • the station

    • I must go  . . . 
      to the bank
      today to change some money.
      • to the bank
      • at the bank
      • in the bank
      • into the bank
      • the bank

    • The river Rhine flows  . . . 
      into the North Sea
      .
      • to the North Sea
      • at the North Sea
      • in the North Sea
      • into the North Sea
      • the North Sea

    • I’m tired. As soon as I get  . . . 
      home
      , I’m going  . . . 
      to bed
      .
      • to hometo bed
      • at homeat bed
      • in homein bed
      • into homeinto bed
      • homebed

    • A: Have you got your camera?
      B: No, I left it  . . . 
      at home
      .
      • to home
      • at home
      • in home
      • into home
      • home

    • Marcel is French. He has just returned  . . . 
      to France
      after two years  . . . 
      in Brazil
      .
      • to Franceto Brazil
      • at Franceat Brazil
      • in Francein Brazil
      • into Franceinto Brazil
      • FranceBrazil

    • Are you going  . . . 
      to Linda’s
      party next week?
      • to Linda’s
      • at Linda’s
      • in Linda’s
      • into Linda’s
      • Linda’s

    • Carl was born  . . . 
      in Chicago
      but his family moved  . . . 
      to New York
      when he was three. He still lives  . . . 
      in New York
      .
      • to Chicagoto New Yorkto New York
      • at Chicagoat New Yorkat New York
      • in Chicagoin New Yorkin New York
      • into Chicagointo New Yorkinto New York
      • ChicagoNew YorkNew York

    • Have you ever been  . . . 
      to China
      ?
      • to China
      • at China
      • in China
      • into China
      • China

    • I had lost my key but I managed to climb  . . . 
      into the house
      through a window.
      • to the house
      • at the house
      • in the house
      • into the house
      • the house

    • We got stuck in a traffic jam on our way  . . . 
      to the airport
      .
      • to the airport
      • at the airport
      • in the airport
      • into the airport
      • the airport

    • We had lunch  . . . 
      at the airport
      while we were waiting for our plane.
      • to the airport
      • at the airport
      • in the airport
      • into the airport
      • the airport

    • Welcome  . . . 
      to the hotel
      . We hope you enjoy your stay here.
      • to the hotel
      • at the hotel
      • in the hotel
      • into the hotel
      • the hotel

    • What do you say to someone visiting London—your home town? Welcome  . . . 
      to London
      !
      • to London
      • at London
      • in London
      • into London
      • London

  • Have you been to these places? If so, how many times? Choose three of the places and write a sentence using ‘been to’.
    • I’ve (never / Australia)
      I’ve (Athens / three times)
      I’ve (Sweden / once)
      I’ve (never / the United States)
      I’ve (Paris / a few times)
      I’ve (never / Ireland)
      I’ve (Rome / twice)

    • Complete the sentences with ‘to’, ‘at’, ‘in’ where necessary.
      • What time does this train get  . . . 
        to London
        ?
        • to London
        • at London
        • in London
        • London

      • What time does this train arrive  . . . 
        in London
        ?
        • to London
        • at London
        • in London
        • London

      • What time did you get  . . . 
        home
        last night?
        • to home
        • at home
        • in home
        • home

      • What time do you usually arrive  . . . 
        at work
        in the morning?
        • to work
        • at work
        • in work
        • work

      • When we got  . . . 
        to the cinema
        , there was a long queue outside.
        • to the cinema
        • at the cinema
        • in the cinema
        • the cinema

      • I arrived  . . . 
        home
        feeling very tired.
        • to home
        • at home
        • in home
        • home

    • Write sentences using ‘got into’, ‘out of’, ‘on’, ‘off’.
      • You were walking home. A friend passed you in her car. She saw you, stopped and offered you a lift. She opened the door.
        What did you do?
        I

        • You were waiting for the bus. At last your bus came. The doors opened.
          What did you do then?
          I

          • You drove home in your car. You arrived at your house and parked the car.
            What did you do then?
            I

            • You were travelling by train to Manchester.
              When the train got to Manchester, what did you do?
              I

              • You needed a taxi. After a few minutes a taxi stopped for you. You opened the door.
                What did you do then?
                I or I

                • You were travelling by air. At the end of your flight the plane landed at the airport and stopped. The doors were opened, you took your bag and stood up.
                  What did you do then?
                  I

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