Prepositions Countable/Uncountable nouns, Do/Would you like ?, A/An/Some, Much/Many, Could you/Can I ? (polite requests) Comparative - Superlative Have/Has got, Which/Where (linking words).
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Izmir is the sea _____ _____ hundreds of ships come to.
How many children _____ they _____?
Marie Curie was born _____ Warsaw.
I’m the _____ in the class.
Claridge’s is the _____ hotel.
I don’t have _____ milk left.
Drive me to the _____ , or I’ll be late _____ my plane.
A: _____ you like _____ cold water?
B: No, thanks. _____ ____ green tea.
“_____ you like some tea?”
Switch _____ the light. It’s getting dark.
Do you have _____ sisters or brothers?
Toshio is _____ Japan. He isn’t American.
New houses are _____ than old ones.
This exercise is _____ difficult in the book.
Life in a country is _____ in a city.
Do you _____ any bread?
Our village lies _____ two high mountains.
London _____ got a lot of parks.
We stayed _____ the Heathrow Hotel.
She is smaller _____ her sister.
Is there _____ tea?
Is there a fridge _____ your kitchen?
Would you like _____ milk?
A: _____ they got any problems?
B: No, they _____ .
There are _____ oranges on the table.
Can you give me _____ money?
“Are you Canadian?”
“No, but I have _____ good friends in Canada.”
Do you like _____ homework ?
He always has _____ egg for breakfast.
There is _____ cheese on the table.
Can I have _____ stamps, please?
I’ve got a book _____ Mark Twain.
It takes about five minutes to walk _____ the bridge.
Prague is one of the _____ cities in Europe,
She is taller _____ her elder sister.
Can I have _____ tea?
I took the train _____ Dover to Ostend.
Paris is _____ Madrid.
Yesterday was _____ than today.
My parents _____ a new stereo.