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on or about; earlier
I have two questions to ask:
Could you please tell me which is correct:
1. a book on something
2. a book about something
They moved to Paris after he'd retired about ten years earlier.
Can I replace "earlier" with "before"?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you in advance.
Re: on or about; earlier
1. Both are correct.
2. Yes, you can.
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