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    to win to get or to gain candies?

    Can you say: Children go shouting "treat or trick" from door to door during Halloween because they want to win/gain/collect candies. If not what can I use instead of "win"/gain/collect?













    Last edited by jose rocha; 02-May-2005 at 01:12. Reason: add an extra question

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    Talking Re: to win or to get candies?

    Jose
    as much as I know...children go out calling trick or treat to get candies...I hope Ive helped you!!!

  2. ellayne
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    Re: to win or to get candies?

    Quote Originally Posted by ellayne
    Jose
    as much as I know...children go out calling trick or treat to get candies...I hope Ive helped you!!!
    I think we should try to exchange answers and questions.

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