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    Default part in/at a audition

    Dear teachers

    I often hear people talk about auditions, and be asked if they get the 'part'. Is that the correct word or Have I misheard?

    I drove miles for an audition.
    Did you get the part?


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    Default Re: part in/at a audition

    Quote Originally Posted by Offroad View Post
    I drove miles for an audition.
    Did you get the part?
    That's fine.

    It is asking if they were selected to play the role they wanted.

    Please post questions like this in the 'Ask a Teacher' forum.
    Last edited by 5jj; 20-Oct-2011 at 11:55.

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