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Chad was asleep on the floor in a heap of blankets.
He left a note for you on the kitchen table.
Who was the first man on the moon?
Jimmy sat on a high stool with his hands on the table.
There were several interesting posters on the wall.
He had a lot of blood on his arm.
The key is hanging on a hook in the hall.
Evelyn leaned over and kissed him on the cheek.
What kind of paper was the letter typed on?
Can you see what's written on the blackboard?
He's coming home on Wednesday.
My birthday is on the 27th of November.
They met on a rainy day in January.
The house was built on a beautiful piece of land.
a school on the outskirts of Glasgow
The princess is buried on a small island.
Wilson spent his childhood on a farm in Ireland.
a small village on the east coast of Scotland
a town on the Mississippi
The hotel stands on the water's edge just outside Henley.
The future of the charity will be one of the items on the agenda.
My name's not on the list of candidates – why not?
I cut my hand on a piece of glass from the broken window.
She bumped her head really hard on the door.
Come on, put your socks on, you'll be late for school.
She had on a simple silk dress with a pattern of roses.
She was wearing a ring on the third finger of her left hand.
You look funny with glasses on.
I have to write a report on the Civil War for homework.
a conference on language teaching
Students should be offered accurate information on subjects like sex and contraception.
They talked on through the night.
Read on to find out the rest of the story.
I stayed on after everyone else had left.
He kept on saying 'Where are the kids?' over and over again.
We can't go on putting more and more taxpayers' money into these projects without giving them some results.
Is the heating on? I'm freezing.
She had left her light on and I went in to turn it off.
When you turn the computer on, it goes through a procedure called booting.
She's on antibiotics for a mild eye infection.
Some of the young people were obviously high on drugs.
On being made aware of complaints, he informed the committee.
They exchanged a firm handshake on parting.
Report to the reception desk on arrival.
Using a cave as shelter, the two men survived on wild berries and raw fish.
He lives on a diet of coffee and cigarettes.
Why can't they make a car that runs on water?
This video recorder runs on batteries.
Subscriptions are down by 66,000 on last year and that is a serious situation.
This would be a significant improvement on the £15 million profit figure achieved last time.
Wait! She'll be on in a couple of seconds.
She's always on about her children.
Dad's always on at me to get a better job.
Are you still on for a trip to the coast on Thursday?
The new rules will apply to all members from now on.
From that moment on, I knew that I wanted to be a doctor.
Have you got anything on this weekend?
I've got a lot on this week, so I won't be able to see you.
Can you pay, I don't seem to have any money on me.
Have you got your passport on you?
His son has been given preferential treatment. That is simply not on.
There was a look of horror on her face.
Bertie had a silly grin on his face as he came out to meet me.
He looked at me with a puzzled expression on his face.
Johnny was sitting on my left.
If you look on your right, you will see the Houses of Parliament.
He expects us to finish this in two days? What is he on?
What's he on about now?
'I bet I can sell more tickets than you.' 'OK, you're on.'