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    #1

    in winter 2009 / in the winter in 2009 / in 2009 winter

    Hi,

    Question:
    Which sentence is correct?

    Sentence1:
    I worked at ABC co. Ltd. in winter 2009.
    Sentence2:
    I worked at ABC co. Ltd. in the winter in 2009.
    Sentence3:
    I worked at ABC co. Ltd. in 2009 winter.

    Thanks
    Last edited by uktous; 11-Sep-2011 at 14:01.

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    Re: in winner 2009 / in the winner in 2009 / in 2009 winner

    Can you give us some context? The word "winner" sounds a bit obscure. Do you mean to say "in the victorious year of 2009"?

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    Re: in winner 2009 / in the winner in 2009 / in 2009 winner

    Quote Originally Posted by Bennevis View Post
    Can you give us some context? The word "winner" sounds a bit obscure. Do you mean to say "in the victorious year of 2009"?
    sorry.

    my mistake.

    should be winter, not winner

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    Re: in winter 2009 / in the winter in 2009 / in 2009 winter

    in the winter of 2009

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