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    Tan Elaine is offline Key Member
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    Default I met my cousin while/when strolling in the park.

    I met my cousin while/when strolling in the park.

    Can either word be used in the sentence? If so, is there any difference in meaning between the sentences?

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    Default Re: I met my cousin while/when strolling in the park.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    I met my cousin while/when strolling in the park.

    Can either word be used in the sentence? If so, is there any difference in meaning between the sentences?

    Thanks.

    Either would work. In that context they have the same meaning.



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