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Hi, I hope you can help me with this doubt.
One of my students wrote today this: I went to a party in my aunt's house. I was spending my time when suddenly...
My question is about the expression "I was spending my time". I don't think it is common to say that, so, how would you express what she meant?
You say , I went to a party at my aunt's house. Like Bhaisahab mentioned you need to know what he /she was doing there...
"I was enjoying myself, I was having a good time, I was whiling away my time....." can be suitable options.
papirrines, please note that a better thread title would have been 'I was spending my time'.
Extract from the Posting Guidelines:
'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'
Note that in BrE, you would say "I went to a party at my aunt's house".
Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.
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