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The last time I wrote a missing proposition article _____ the Smith’s Hirakata 英会話 Soapbox blog it was because one _____ the students here _____ Smith’s Hirakata requested that I write it, and the same student once again has asked me _____ write another. Again, like I said _____ the previous article I’m very excited _____ know that people like the articles so much so that they ask _____ me to write more. I couldn’t ask _____ a better compliment.
Now, let’s get down _____ business. The other day I when I was thinking ______ writing this article I decided _____ put _____ this article many different twists and turns, as _____ throw of the students a little and _____ make it as difficult _____ finish _____ them as possible. I hope _____ really challenge their will this time around, and will do my very best _____ do so. However I don’t want _____ confuse the students too much, or ______ have them chasing their tails. I just want them _____ really have a sense _____ accomplishment when they finish this one. I told Adrian that I would _____ no circumstances delve too deeply _____ natural English or English terminology, but I will touch _____ some _____ the more easy to understand terms. I think that’s fair. Unfortunately, I may write _____ naturally English _____ times _____ even knowing it. If I do so I thoroughly apologize, but remember, as I have said many times. I wouldn’t put work ______ you that was _____ your ability. The biggest problem _____ me really is the fact that every time I write one _____ these missing preposition articles the students return the next week and tell me how easy it was. Oh _____ course _____ times they say it was difficult, but when we go over their answers _____ class they are always perfect. I feel myself forced _____ put more effort _____ this one and make it as difficult and tough as I can. Alas we are ______ the end of the article and you have a pretty good idea ____ how well you have done. I hope that you do great, and I’m sure that you will.