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Time prepositions

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1 I left work ______ ten o'clock last night.
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2 I saw Bob in the street ______ yesterday.
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3 I didn't get time to come and visit you ______ last Tuesday.
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4 He used to be a regular visitor ______ Tuesdays.
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5 I phoned her up and spoke to her ______ Wednesday morning.
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6 I last saw him ______ the beginning of September.
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7 I saw him sometime ______ June.
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8 Were you at the last meeting ______ July 13?
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9 We bought the company ______ Thursday, 22 May.
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10 I spoke to her ______ three weeks ago.
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11 I bought this computer ______ the start of the summer.
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12 I bought this computer ______ the summer.
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13 I bought this computer ______ last summer.
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14 This style was very popular ______ the 1970's.
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15 They were very popular ______ the middle of the 19th Century.
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16 I was still at school ______ 1993.
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17 I met him ______ January of last year.
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18 I knew Chris Smith quite well ______ when I was at university.
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19 I took over this job ______ the middle of last year.
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20 I was in a meeting ______ all day yesterday.
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