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Directions: Complete the following sentences using at, by, for or in

1. He sent a copy of his will to his bank safe keeping.
2. The house is to be sold auction.
3. Although I practise quite a lot, I never seem to win very often tennis.
4. Let Albert work it out; he has an aptitude figures.
5. You could tell a glance that he was no ordinary speaker.
6. Most people think the government is to blame rising unemployment.
7. Although their marriage was not a happy one, they decided to stay together the sake of the children.
8. There has been a sharp increase house prices in recent months.
9. They began to drop out of the race one one.
10. Do you know of a cure baldness?
11. She takes great pride her work.
12. He was the sort of person who immediately made you feel ease.
13. Did she give you any reason her behaviour?
14. I'm sorry, but I'm not liberty to tell you any more.
15. John's got very strange taste clothes, hasn't he?
16. Could you come back in half an hour? Mr Baston's lunch the moment.
17. We didn't know certain whether they would come or not.
18. Think of a number. Now multiply it seven.
19. Do sit down. Mr Brown will join you a moment.
20. The attendance Saturday's meeting was very poor.