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Preposition "IN": In the seventeenth century... #1 (permalink) Thu May 25, 2006 2:31 am   Preposition "IN": In the seventeenth century...
 

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ESL/EFL Test #206 "Prepositions of Time and Date (4)", question 1

......... the seventeenth century, artwork in Europe was quite different from what you see today.

(a) (none)
(b) In
(c) On

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #206 "Prepositions of Time and Date (4)", answer 1

In the seventeenth century, artwork in Europe was quite different from what you see today.

Correct answer: (b) In
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Answer #2 (permalink) Thu May 25, 2006 8:11 am   Answer
 

Hi,

Your question:

Quote:
I would like to know the answer. thank you

The answer:

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In the seventeenth century, artwork in Europe was quite different from what you see today.

Correct answer: (b) In

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