Grammar is an indispensable part of learning English Language. This has to be done in a perfectly planned and systematic manner. And while learning prepositions, one must be very minute in understanding the details of the topic. has come up with this systematic, comprehensive way of learning where a learner will undoubtedly be able to grasp the essence of the topic for Complete the Sentences 3. So, let us go through the exercise Rewrite the sentences.

Write the sentences and complete them by choosing the best option below (Complete the Sentences 3) :

  1. This question is… a) easiest. b) try. c) unusual. d) easy.
  2. The paper is published… a) yesterday. b) every day. c) usually. d) on time.
  3. We had a great trip to… a) mountains. b) the seaside. c) shopping. d) Italian.
  4. There is a pound in my … a) sock. b) wallet. c) basket. d) bowl.
  5. The first thing I did was… a) find. b) tell. c) look for. d) sit down.
  6. Lee can speak six… a) languages. b) tongues. c) songs. d) chatting.
  7. I couldn’t get to the… a) parents. b) lecture. c) ice cream. d) travelled.
  8. The train station was… a) here. b) opened. c) closed. d) fine.
  9. My dad’s got a Scottish… a) elbow. b) plate. c) printer. d) accent.
  10. Do you like model… a) trains? b) train? c) trained? d) village?
  11. This is my… a) person. b) auntie. c) glasses. d) best friends.
  12. The dentist wanted forty… a) pounds. b) teeth. c) appointments. d) pence.
  13. What a great bonfire… a) merrymaking. b) jollification. c) party. d) time.
  14. Terrence has got a new… a) job. b) Job. c) jog. d) JOB.
  15. Nobody likes washing… a) down. b) left. c) up. d) right.
  16. The USA is very far… a) around. b) away. c) towards. d) about.
  17. The penguin fell over… a) in the car park. b) on the ice. c) at home. d) indeed.
  18. The word ‘failure’ is not in… a) the way. b) my vocabulary. c) a car. d) the dictionary.
  19. Caroline loves… a) Keith. b) Keith’s. c) comedy film. d) picking grape.
  20. I don’t want this worksheet…a) to go. b) to begin. c) to print. d) to end.