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    by two weeks.

    By popular demand, the tour has been extended by two weeks.

    I found the above sentence in a dictionary.

    1. Can I replace by with for?

    2. What are the differences in meanings?


    Thank you.

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    Re: by two weeks.

    Yes, you can.

    There's no difference.

    Rover

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