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    "Forth?"

    Hello,

    Can you say:

    "On the forth my train leaves at 3PM, on my return at 6PM"

    Thanks

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    Re: "Forth?"

    Quote Originally Posted by TheShadow View Post
    Hello,

    Can you say:

    "On the forth my train leaves at 3PM, on my return at 6PM" Do you mean "fourth"? If so, ".....and returns at 6PM".

    Thanks
    b.

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