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Предлоги в контексте - Владимир vs Алексей К.


Miss Miller lived _ a church _ a small street _ a town. She did not have a car.
_ Friday she always walked _ the bus stop, and then she went _ the market and bought food _ the next week.
There were usually a lot _ people _ the bus, but Miss Miller always found a seat.
One _ the houses _ the corner _ Miss Miller's street was empty _ a long time, but then a family came and lived _ it.
There was a man and his wife and two children. The children went _ school _ the bus _ the morning.
_ Friday Miss Miller went _ the house and visited the children's mother.
She said _ her, “Good morning. My name's Jane Miller, and I live _ the church _ this street.
I'm going _ the market now. Do you need any food?”
“Good morning,” the woman said _ her visitor, “you're very kind. My name's Mary Adams. Yes, I need food _ my lunch today and _ our supper tonight.
And I need some fish _ the cat. I don't know the way _ the market yet. Can I come _ you?”
“Please do,” Jane answered.
Mary put her coat _, and the two women went _ and walked along _ the bus stop.
They waited there, and Jane said _ her new friend,
“There's a bus _ five minutes _ ten. It's always full, but I get a seat.”
“Oh? Is that easy?” Mary asked.
Jane smiled and answered, “Wait and you'll see.”
The bus came, and the two women got _.
It was full, but Jane said, “Perhaps those two very handsome men will give us their seats.”
Six men stood up quickly, and both the women went and sat down _ the nearest seats.

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Discussion

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2018/10/27 16:29

Miss Miller lived near a church in a small street in a town. She did not have a car.

Alexei_KudinovAlexei_Kudinov, 2018/10/27 17:22

On Friday she always walked to the bus stop, and then she went to the market and bought food for the next week.

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2018/10/27 18:45

There were usually a lot of people on the bus, but Miss Miller always found a seat.

Alexei_KudinovAlexei_Kudinov, 2018/10/27 23:27

One of the houses on the corner on Miss Miller's street was empty for a long time, but then a family came and lived in it.

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2018/10/28 06:07

There was a man and his wife and two children. The children went to school on the bus in the morning.

Alexei_KudinovAlexei_Kudinov, 2018/10/28 07:35

On Friday Miss Miller went to the house and visited the children's mother.

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2018/10/28 09:22

She said to her, “Good morning. My name's Jane Miller, and I live near the church in this street.

Alexei_KudinovAlexei_Kudinov, 2018/10/28 11:33

I'm going to the market now. Do you need any food?

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2018/10/28 11:40

“Good morning,” the woman said to her visitor, “you're very kind. My name's Mary Adams. Yes, I need food for my lunch today and for our supper tonight.

Alexei_KudinovAlexei_Kudinov, 2018/10/28 12:36

And I need some fish for the cat. I don't know the way to the market yet. Can I come with you?” “Please do,” Jane answered.

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2018/10/28 12:41

Mary put her coat on, and the two women went out and walked along to the bus stop.

Alexei_KudinovAlexei_Kudinov, 2018/10/28 12:57

They waited there, and Jane said to her new friend

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2018/10/28 13:16, 2018/10/28 13:17

“There's a bus at five minutes past ten. It's always full, but I get a seat.”
“Oh? Is that easy?” Mary asked.
Jane smiled and answered, “Wait and you'll see.”

Alexei_KudinovAlexei_Kudinov, 2018/10/28 13:49

The bus came, and the two women got in.

Vladimir LopatinVladimir Lopatin, 2018/10/28 14:02, 2018/10/28 14:02

It was full, but Jane said, “Perhaps those two very handsome men will give us their seats.”
Six men stood up quickly, and both the women went and sat down in the nearest seats.

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