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Click on the preposition         BEGIN
bother!Try again
They hid it under the chair.
Well done!!  1 point
Class 1 sat on the floor.
Great!!2 points
They crouched behindthe fence so that theirparents would not see them.
Good!!3 points
Make sure you are homebefore eight this evening.
Wicked!! 4 points
Greg and Peggy sat besideMrs Thompson.
Cool!!5 points
Rocklands is a small villagenear Attleborough.
Well done!!  6 points
Norwich is not far from here.
Well played!!  7 points
Ken ran over to Sue’s houseand told her the terrible news.
Bravo!!8 points
Is there a card for me today?
Excellent!!  9 points
Would you like a cup of teaor would you rather have acold drink?
10 points!!Play again
exit   Chris Reall 2004
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Transcript of "Prepositions (4)"

  1. 1. Click on the preposition BEGIN
  2. 2. bother!Try again
  3. 3. They hid it under the chair.
  4. 4. Well done!! 1 point
  5. 5. Class 1 sat on the floor.
  6. 6. Great!!2 points
  7. 7. They crouched behindthe fence so that theirparents would not see them.
  8. 8. Good!!3 points
  9. 9. Make sure you are homebefore eight this evening.
  10. 10. Wicked!! 4 points
  11. 11. Greg and Peggy sat besideMrs Thompson.
  12. 12. Cool!!5 points
  13. 13. Rocklands is a small villagenear Attleborough.
  14. 14. Well done!! 6 points
  15. 15. Norwich is not far from here.
  16. 16. Well played!! 7 points
  17. 17. Ken ran over to Sue’s houseand told her the terrible news.
  18. 18. Bravo!!8 points
  19. 19. Is there a card for me today?
  20. 20. Excellent!! 9 points
  21. 21. Would you like a cup of teaor would you rather have acold drink?
  22. 22. 10 points!!Play again
  23. 23. exit Chris Reall 2004
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