In the KISS Approach, you are expected
to make some mistakes. This exercise is designed to show you one kind of
mistake that you are expected to make. Some prepositions have subordinate
clauses as their objects--but you have not yet studied subordinate clauses.
1. The North Wind must live
in what they call "Out-of-Doors."
2. We shall soon get to where
the waves are dashing about.
it like what's in my book?" he said to himself sleepily.
4. Just then, a great blast of wind brought down the key upon the stones
at his feet from where it was
kept hanging high above his head.
5. The night shimmered with a milky whiteness of stars except where,
just before them, the gray towers of a cathedral blotted out the sky.