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    #1

    Why were you absent from the meeting or why were you absent in the meeting?

    Hello teacher,

    "Why were you absent from the meeting?" or "why were you absent in the meeting?"

    Which one is correct?

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    Re: Why were you absent from the meeting or why were you absent in the meeting?

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