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Ms Sue, could you please check my sentences, please? I still have a few doubts.

1) How long is it since you (last) played with the band? Since last year.
Or just last year.
2) How long ago did you last play with the band? A year ago.
When describing a picture in a book, would you use "at" or "in"?
3) In the left-hand bottom is possible?
In the bottom left of the picture I can see a woman dressed in a silk dress.
They were disappointed with/at/about the hotel room. (Which prepositions are possible?)

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    All are correct. In the last sentence, "with" is the best preposition.

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