1 Underline the correct word or phrase in each sentence.
0 I read the book you suggested. I didn’t enjoy it, although/however.
1 Why don’t we cook/cooking pasta tonight?
2 My sister isn’t enough old/old enough to go to the disco.
3 Jean, that/who I know very well, wouldn’t do a thing like that.
4 It was so/such nice ice-cream that I ate another portion.
5 Although/In spite of the rain, we had a good holiday.
6 This is my cat. Its/It’s name is Sammy.
7 I felt so/too tired that I went to bed.
8 Could you tell me where the post office is/where is the post office?
9 Do you like/Would you like some more coffee?
10 I found your house easily, although/despite I didn’t know the number.
11 Would you mind to close/closing the door?
12 The film that/what we saw was a bit disappointing.
13 David ate so many/so much ice-cream that he felt sick.
14 I’m going to spend my holidays at/in Egypt.
2 Put a preposition in each space. Choose from in, on, at, to, above, below.
0 Jane’s sister has got a job at Manchester airport.
1 You’ll find the index ____________ the back of the book.
2 My brother lives ____________ Milan.
3 There was nobody ____________ the bus except me.
4 I dropped the box and it landed ____________ my foot.
5 There are twelve students ____________ my class.
6 Walk ____________ the pavement – it’s much safer.
7 You can’t see the ship any more – it’s ____________ the horizon.
8 Go down the street, and you’ll see the cinema ____________ the right.
9 My grandmother is ____________ hospital at the moment.
10 There’s a video shop ____________ the other side of the street.
11 I went ____________ a small Greek island for my holidays.
12 He shouldn’t drive – he’s ____________ the alcohol limit.