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Fill in the blank with a suitable preposition:

I couldn't get __________ school in time.


A
To
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B
At
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C
About
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D
Until
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Solution

The correct option is C To
A preposition is a word which comes before a noun or a pronoun and establishes a relationship between the elements of a clause or words. Option A)to is correct as it indicates a place ( towards a place). The other options are wrong as at, about, and until mean a specific location, a piece of information, and up to respectively. These uses don't fit in the given question. The correct answer is A)to.

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