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    pimwipa is offline Newbie
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    Default we were at every corner.

    Good morning teacher,

    i'm helping my sister out with her english homework.
    Her english teacher said that her sentence was wrong.
    "we were at every corner" (she tried to tell the story that she explored everywhere in her school)

    Could you please correct it for me? and why is that sentence wrong?? Thank you!!

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Default Re: we were at every corner.

    Check the preposition.

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