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passing through #1 (permalink) Sun Dec 19, 2010 13:09 pm   passing through
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #288 "Basic Grammar Exercises (13)", question 1

I will be passing ......... my hometown at about 5 o'clock tomorrow.

(a) threw
(b) through
(c) of
(d) for

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #288 "Basic Grammar Exercises (13)", answer 1

I will be passing through my hometown at about 5 o'clock tomorrow.

Correct answer: (b) through

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passing through #2 (permalink) Mon Dec 20, 2010 0:25 am   passing through
 

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