Write to or in.
1.I like reading in bed.
2.We're going to Italy next month.
3.Sue is on holiday in Italy at the moment.
4.I have to go to the bank
5.I was tired, so I stayed in bed late.
6.What time do you usually go to bed?
7.Does this bus go to the centre?
8.Would you like to live in another country?
Write to or at if necessary. One sentence is already complete, and no word is necessary.
1.Paula didin't go to work yesterday.
2.I'm tired. I'm going home. (already complete)
3.Tina is not very well. She has gone to the doctor.
4.Would you like to come to a party on Saturday?
5.'Is Liz at home?' 'No, she's gone to work.'
6.There were 20,000 people at the football match.
7.Why did you go home early last night?
8.A boy jumped into the river and swam to the other side.
9.There were a lot of people waiting at the bus stop.
10.We had a good meal at a restaurant, and them we went back to the hotel.
Write to, at or in if necessary. One sentence is already complete, and no word is necessary.
1.I'm not going out this afternoom. I'm staying at home.
2.We're going to a concert tomorrow evening.
3.I went to New York last year.
4.How long did you stay in New York?
5.Next year we hope to go to Canada to visit some friends.
6.Do you want to go to the cinema this evening?
7.Did you park your car at the station?
8.After the accident three people were taken to hospital.
9.How often do you go to the dentist?
10.'Is Sarah here?' 'No, she's at Helen's.'
11.My house is in the end of the street on the left.
12.I went to Maria's house, but she wasn't at home.
13.There were no taxis, so we had to walk home.
14.'Who did you meet at the party?'
'I didn't go to the party?'
Write to, at or in if necessary. Sometimes the sentence is already complete, and no word is necessary.
1.What time do you usually get to work?
2.What time do you usually get home?
3.What time did tou arrive to the party?
4.What time did tou arrive to London?
5.What time does the train get to Paris?
6.We arrived to home very late.
Complete these sentences about yourself. Use to/in/at.
1.At three o'clock this morning I was in bed.
2.Yesterday I went to the cinema
At 11 o'clock yesterday morning I was going to school
4.One day I'd like to go to Las Vegas
5.I don't like going at the seaside
6.At 9 o'clock yesterday evening I was at home