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I have to identify the word in () as either adverb or preposition and if it's a preposition I have to list its object.

1.I'm sure he let the dog come (in) last night.

2.The bus drove (past) the people waiting at the bus stop.

1. adverb
2.preposition-people

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    Both are correct.

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