Business vocabulary exercise: prepositions in business emails

Business English vocabulary exercise, intermediate level.

This exercise gives you practice using prepositions (in, at, on, etc.) commonly found in business emails.

Exercise instructions

The following sentences are taken from business correspondence emails and letters. Choose the best answer for each.

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