Could you please help me use the correct prepositions:
Thanks a lot for your help.
- Imports remained stable in January, at/by/around 30,000.
- Sales remained stable at the end of the year and we did not reach our target. OR Sales remained stable until the end of the year and we did not reach our target. OR Sales remained stable by the end of the year and we did not reach our target. (Sentence used in a BEC Preliminary Exercise Book)
Originally Posted by HappyMeal
- The last two are fine, though they have different meanings.
Thanks a lot, fivejedjon.
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