how to say correctly.".He is not in his seat?" Is that expression correct?
It's correct if you want to say that he's not in his seat. Otherwise it might not be.
Originally Posted by pupilraj
Do you mean, "He's not sitting down"?
Welcome to the forum, pupilraj.
Why was your thread title "dr"? It seems to have nothing to do with your question.
'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.' (Posting Guidelines)
Originally Posted by emsr2d2
'He is not in his seat' would have been a good title for this thread.
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