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    She walked ..door and.....the garden

    Hi,
    I' d like to know which prepositions would you choose to complete the sentence
    She walked (1)..door and (2).....the garden

    They gave the following options: in, at, to into, out of

    I would say: 1) out of (but I would add the, too)
    2) into

    Am I right?

    thanks
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    Re: She walked ..door and.....the garden

    Quote Originally Posted by ripley View Post
    She walked (1)..door and (2).....the garden


    I would say: 1) out of (but I would add the, too)
    2) into

    Am I right? Yes.
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