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    GUEST2008 is offline Key Member
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    Default booze (it) up

    Hi

    If you were boozing up yesterday ...

    If you were boozing it up yesterday ...


    Do I need IT between "up" and "boozing"?

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    Default Re: booze (it) up

    In informal conversation you could say:

    'If you were having a booze-up yesterday. . . '

    'If you were boozing it up yesterday. . . '

    'If you were getting boozed up yesrterday. . . '

    Rover

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