Here’s another preposition challenge for all you eager beavers out there. Think you’ll find this one challenging. Good luck.
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Sometimes _____talent comes _____ the most unlikely of places, and _____ the most unlikely of people. I mean take Andrew Johnston, the thirteen year old that was a _____contestant _____ “Britain’s Got Talent”. Oh, I guess I should explain a little first. “Britain’s Got Talent, is a _____TV Show _____ Britain. It’s basically a talent show where people can perform their talent _____ a host _____ three judges _____ an attempt _____competing _____ the show, and it seems _____ be rather popular. Of course, I haven’t ever been able _____ watch the show _____ it’s entirety, because _____ I live in Japan and don’t have access _____ British TV shows. Anyway, I’ve been able _____ watch some _____ the more popular people that have _____ performed ______ the show via “Youtube”. Some of the contestants have been not only talented but _____ quite moving as well. Today I am going to include a link _____ a clip _____ Andrew Johnston, so that you can view _____ his talent _____ yourself, but that’s not the most important point _____ the video. Part way through the video he tells the judges that he _____ gets bullied a lot because _____ his singing, and when the judges ask how he deals _____ the bullying he says, “I just carry on singing”. Quite inspiring, that he continues _____ in the face _____ bullying, so his method _____ deal with a difficult situation is _____ just continue on. I thought that was a very important message _____. Now just watch the video and you _____ can see _____ yourself if he has talent or not. The audience looks just bowled _____ by his performance. One _____ the judges seems _____ be moved _____ words, she becomes teary eyed and actually cries _____ how beautifully he sings. I think the standing ovation _____says a lot as well.
Please let me know what you think as well.