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Which one is correct or more accurate?
1. What have you done through your vacation?
2. What have you done in your vacation?
I have read that after all day , all night we should leave out (the). But I found this;
My friend has been working all the day. Is it correct and why?
Which sentence is more accurate and does the other consider wrong?
1. It is not allowed to smoke in the kitchen.
2. It is not permitted to smoke in the kitchen.
Is it correct to say:
Students walk through the river to study some knowledge on fish's live.
Last edited by 5jj; 05-Feb-2012 at 21:49.
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Thanks a lot.
Next time sure I will do , sorry for that.
I am waiting for the remained questions' answers.
Students wade in the river to gain some knowledge of the lives of fish.
The only thing they'll learn is that when students walk into the water the fish swim off.