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Ejercicio - diferencias entre in y at.

Rellena los espacios con las preposiciones: in o at. En algunos casos las dos respuestas son posibles pero escribirás sólo una palabra.

Ejemplo:
Mary went to the theatre to see a play. [Mary is at    the theatre].

1) She went to Dave's house. I think he's having a barbecue in the garden. [She's Dave's house.]

2) Steve went to see John to watch the football. [Steve is John's living-room watching football.]

3) "Is Mary in?" "No, she isn't. She's gone to the discotheque." [Mary is the discotheque.]

4) "I'd like to speak to John, please" "Sorry, he's gone to work." [John is work.]

5) "Oh, no. My car keys! The car door is locked and they're inside." [They car keys are the car.]

6) "Oh, no. My car keys! I went swimming this morning and I forgot them there." [The car keys are the swimming pool.]

7) Mary has gone to the river for a swim. [Mary is the river.]

8) "Where's John?" "He didn't want to come out this evening." [John is home.]

9) We're going to the park to see the cricket match. [The cricket match is the park.]

10) We saw some interesting birds flying among the trees. [The birds were the forest.]

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*Respuestas incorrectas en rojo. Tienes dos intentos.

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Respuestas...

1) at (dentro o fuera)

2) in (dentro)

3) at (dentro o fuera)

4) at (dentro o fuera)

5) in (dentro)

6) at (no necesariamente dentro del agua de la piscina)

7) at (dentro o cerca de)

8) at (dentro o fuera)

9) in/at (quizás en el parque o cerca).

10) in (entre árboles)

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