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for or at ?
we already booked the tennis for 08 March
we already booked the tennis at 08 March
which one is correct ? And the sentence is correct or not ?
Re: for or at ?
We have/had already booked the tennis for/on the 8th of March. We would use either of the alternatives in any combination.
A native speaker would never use "at" except to say " we booked the tennis at half past two......."
Buggles(not a teacher)
Last edited by buggles; 04-Mar-2008 at 21:35.
Reason: missed space
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