Prepositions Infinitive - Gerund Feelings and Situations, Before/After/Until/When/As soon as.
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Everyone hopes ____ themselves on holiday but it isn’t always easy.
Wait here _____ I get back.
They prefer _____ in a swimming pool all day.
I read an interesting article _____ the paper this morning.
What’s _____ TV tonight?
I stopped _____ my book and went to bed.
I’m going out before the shops _____.
“Carol! Thank goodness you rang! Where have you been? We’ve been so _____ about you.”
Have you finished _____ that letter yet?
_____ it is a nice day tomorrow, we can go swimming.
The TV program was so _____ that I felt asleep.
I’m very busy _____ the moment.
My feet are killing me! I find going round art galleries and museums very _____.
A: You are yawning. Are you listening to what I am saying?
B: I am! I’m really _____. I want to know what happened. It’s just that I feel very _____. I went to bed very late last night.
“Why does Jane look so happy?”
“Because she’s _____ love.”
“Was your father _____ when you told him your exam results?”
“He was furious.”
I’m coming to London tomorrow. I’ll ring you _____ I arrive.
“Can I ask you something?”
“Not now. _____ a moment.”
I enjoy _____ places I’ve never been to before.
We can go _____ you’re ready.
When we arrived, the people next door invited us _____ a drink with them.
I will have a bath _____ I go to bed.
Let’s go _____ a walk.
Let me _____ for the meal. You paid last time.
I hope to see you while I _____ in London.
I’m going to bed when this TV program _____.
The dentist told me _____ more careful when I brush my teeth.
“I’m going on a three-month holiday to the Far East.”
“How _____! Lucky you!”
Give me your address _____ you go home.
We began _____ about next year’s holiday two months ago.
I can’t understand the instructions. They’re _____ Chinese.
“Romeo and Juliet” is a play _____ William Shakespeare.
I’m going to have driving lessons _____ I pass my test.
“What _____ you to do?”
“She (the doctor) told me to stay in bed for a few days.”
The art exhibition was very _____. I loved it.
A present! For me? You’re _____ kind!
“What _____ to do tonight?”
“What about going out for a meal?”
I’ll study English _____ I speak it perfectly.
_____ the lesson ends, I’ll go home.
I’m going to keep asking you to marry me _____ you say “Yes”.