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    On board the flight? Correct grammar?

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    At the end of this sentence, you can see 'on board the flight' is this correct gramatically?
    I guess 'on board during the flight' or 'on board of the flight' is correct.
    Pls explian this.

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    Re: On board the flight? Correct grammar?

    '...on board the flight' is just fine.

    Rover

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    Re: On board the flight? Correct grammar?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    '...on board the flight' is just fine.

    Rover
    Then can you explain how this works? if you are wiiling to analyze this gramatically?

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    Re: On board the flight? Correct grammar?

    'On board' is functioning prepositionally.

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