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    ph2004 is offline Member
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    Default from 11 to 12/13 March ?

    If I have 2 days off, what to write : "I have two days off : from 11 to 12 March." Or is it from 11 to 13 March ?

    If I say : "I work from 8 to 5." Does that mean I stop at 5 o'clock ?

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    Exclamation Re: from 11 to 12/13 March ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ph2004 View Post
    If I have 2 days off, what to write : "I have two days off : from 11 to 12 March." Or is it from 11 to 13 March ?

    If I say : "I work from 8 to 5." Does that mean I stop at 5 o'clock ?
    You can say: 2 days off from 11th to 12th or two days off on 11th and 12th March.

    If you do not use any adverb such as 'normally' or 'usually' it means you do not after 5 o'clock

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