Prepositional Phrases - On, In, Under and Out (4)

Please choose the most appropriate answer for each sentence.
  • 1

    ..... all likelihood, I will not retire this year but I do want you to know that I will probably do so in the next five years.

  • 2

    Please let me know, ..... advance, if you are going to come over on the weekend. I want to make dinner for you and I will need some time to prepare for it.

  • 3

    I want everyone to be ready to go by 7 am because I want to be ..... the road by 7:30 at the latest. I want to get a good start on this road trip so we can arrive at our destination before dark.

  • 4

    I don't think you are going to get your damage deposit back because you left the apartment ..... such a mess when you left. I had to pay a cleaning lady as well as do a lot of repairs on the place.

  • 5

    ..... behalf of the entire office, we wish you all the best in your new endeavors. We all really enjoyed working with you.

  • 6

    There is a big age difference between us but, ..... a sense, we're a lot alike. We both like the same things and we're both teachers.

  • 7

    She did it ..... of spite. She wanted revenge for what her husband did to her. They were married for forty years and he just left her for a younger woman last year.

  • 8

    James left the meeting ..... an uproar. He is not happy with the legal agreement and shouted loudly at the mediator right before he slammed the door and left the room.

  • 9

    Please keep me ..... mind when you need to hire someone again. I would really like to work for you.

  • 10

    Norman is ..... a lot of pressure at work. He's responsible for planning the upcoming seminar as well as his regular duties.

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