English prepositions of off exercises

  • Come off the grass, don't trample on it.
  • The carving of his famous alter-piece took twelve years of his life.
  • Tight boots are sometimes difficult to take off one's feet.
  • He fell off the top of the building.
  • The professor couldn't answer this question off hand.
  • A considerable part of the ruined city has already been rebuilt.
  • From this hill you get a very good view of the whole city.
  • Machines are made of metal.
  • Have you heard of the night train that went off the rails?
  • We have just been speaking of you.
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