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Prepositions of time and date?



 
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Prepositions of time and date? #1 (permalink) Fri Jun 02, 2006 17:00 pm   Prepositions of time and date?
 

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ESL/EFL Test #203 "Prepositions of Time and Date (1)", question 4

We hope there won't be much snow ......... this year but you never know.

(a) about
(b) (none)
(c) on

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #203 "Prepositions of Time and Date (1)", answer 4

We hope there won't be much snow this year but you never know.

Correct answer: (b) (none)
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Prepositions of time and date? #2 (permalink) Sat Jun 03, 2006 1:35 am   Prepositions of time and date?
 

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No. certain words and phrases do not take the preposition with year, month, week. These include this, that, last, next:

I'll see you next/this month.
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