Przyimki “in”, “on”, “at”

1. Do you work the evenings?
2. Do you usually go out Saturday evenings?
3. Turn left the traffic lights.
4. I learnt to drive four weeks.
5. Columbus made his first voyage Europe America in 1492.
6. Do you work Wednesdays?
7. I will meet you 7.30.
8. O. K., but please be time.
9. Will you be home time for dinner?
10. the end of concert, there was great applause.
11. first we did not like each other very much, but the end we became good friends.
12. There is some water the bottle.

Wersja do wydruku

1. Do you work _____ the evenings?
2. Do you usually go out _____ Saturday evenings?
3. Turn left _____ the traffic lights.
4. I learnt to drive _____ four weeks.
5. Columbus made his first voyage from Europe to America _____ 1492.
6. Do you work _____ Wednesdays?
7. I’ll meet you _____ 7.30.
8. O. K., but please be _____ time.
9. Will you be home _____ time for dinner?
10. _____ the end of concert, there was great applause.
11. At first we didn’t like each other very much, but _____ the end we became good friends.
12. There is some water _____ the bottle.

Rozwiązanie

1. Do you work in the evenings?
2. Do you usually go out on Saturday evenings?
3. Turn left at the traffic lights.
4. I learnt to drive in four weeks.
5. Columbus made his first voyage from Europe to America in 1492.
6. Do you work on Wednesdays?
7. I’ll meet you at 7.30.
8. O. K., but please be on time.
9. Will you be home in time for dinner?
10. At the end of concert, there was great applause.
11. At first we didn’t like each other very much, but in the end we became good friends.
12. There is some water in the bottle.