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    Is it correct?

    So, I have created a thread at another column but I can't answer in my thread. My question is how to answer at my thread?

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    Under the last post in the thread is a "post reply" button.

    You can also click on "Quote" immediately under the post you want to respond to, and it will copy the new information into a new post for you to respond to.

    I'm moving this to the "help" section.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_D View Post
    Under the last post in the thread is a "post reply" button.

    You can also click on "Quote" immediately under the post you want to respond to, and it will copy the new information into a new post for you to respond to.

    I'm moving this to the "help" section.
    LOL...I know everything how to answer... I'm just ask. Is it correct?
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    Somebody can help me here ?:)

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    I don't understand what your question is.
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    I would like to know is it correct that sentece which is above?
    "So, I have created a thread at another column but I can't answer in my thread. My question is how to answer at my thread?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustAlilBit View Post
    I would like to know is it correct that sentece which is above?
    "So, I have created a thread at another column but I can't answer in my thread. My question is how to answer at my thread?"
    So, I have created a thread in another forum, but I can't post an answer to it. My question is: How can I post a response?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_D View Post
    So, I have created a thread in another forum, but I can't post an answer to it. My question is: How can I post a response?
    thanks for help. But why after word "thread" i had use "in" not "at" i can't understand when me need use at and in. please explain me thanks regard

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    Re: Is it correct?

    Prepositions often are unpredicatable. Sometimes more than one will work. You could probably say "on" or "in" another forum, but I wouldn't say "at."

    There are few rules to really help you with this. You just have to see what works in that situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_D View Post
    Prepositions often are unpredicatable. Sometimes more than one will work. You could probably say "on" or "in" another forum, but I wouldn't say "at."

    There are few rules to really help you with this. You just have to see what works in that situation.
    Thank you so much for help. You are patient because you learn us how to do something correctly.
    Besides, I saw that people use "at" in very specific place.

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