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9 Comments

  1. English Rocks Online with Maria says:

    very accurate!!

  2. Marlene Lira says:

    I want to learn more and you are the best ever, thanks

  3. Isa Bel says:

    Thanks dude, very very useful..

  4. Mannish Okabe says:

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    thanks.

  5. Mokhamad Ariadi says:

    Like !
    i just knew use "a"or "an" not see first word but first articulation. thanks

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  7. Александр Alexander says:

    Hello! I sometimes get confused about prepositions in/at before places. I've come across different ways of using prepositions with the same words, like in/at the restaurant, in/at school, at/in work. May these prepositions be interchangable?

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