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Dear Friends,
I have been confronted with the following questions for a long time but failed to attain good answers. Would you please offer me some help? Thank you very much!

Fill in each blank with an appropriate preposition or adverb particle.
1. Night was already pressing ____ as we reached the village high in the mountains. (my answer is "in")
2. The house is invisible___ the road, being surrounded by trees. ("from")
3. This storm is nothing ___ what I saw in England.
4. Perhaps because of his Anglo-American parentage he could look ___ national interest. ("to"\"after")
5. The weather began to milk____.
6. If the weather is not too cold, people sit____front.
7.The price of gasoline climbed way____.
8. You were right ____ Mary.
9. Nothing comes ____noting.

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My try is like below:
1. Night was already pressing in as we reached the village high in the mountains.
2. The house is invisible from the road, being surrounded by trees.
3. This storm is nothing like what I saw in England.
4. Perhaps because of his Anglo-American parentage he could look beyond national interest.
5. The weather began to milk____. (??) (I can't get this one.)
6. If the weather is not too cold, people sit out front.
7.The price of gasoline climbed way up.
8. You were right about Mary.
9. Nothing comes from noting.

paco
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Hello,

How to identify that the given particle in a given phrasal verb is a preposition or an adverb?
Hello,

The given particle in a given phrase verb is either a preposition or an adverb. It is up to us to find out whether it is a preposition or an adverb.

Thank you and regards
Hi Hanuman

It's too big a subject. Please read Phrasal Verbs.

paco
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AnonymousThe given particle in a given phrase verb is either a preposition or an adverb. It is up to us to find out whether it is a preposition or an adverb.
P=preposition, A=adverb
1. Night was already pressing in as we reached the village high in the mountains. <A>
2. The house is invisible from the road, being surrounded by trees. <P>
3. This storm is nothing like what I saw in England.<P>
4. Perhaps because of his Anglo-American parentage he could look beyond national interest.<P>
6. If the weather is not too cold, people sit out front.<A>
7.The price of gasoline climbed way up.<A>
8. You were right about Mary.<P>
9. Nothing comes from noting.<P>

paco