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    Nikitus is offline Member
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    Default The play is almost over. Sue is at the middle of the stage.

    In the sentences "The play is almost over. Sue is at the middle of the stage." is the grammar correct?

    Context: Sue is performing at a play. She is on stage and she is at the middle of the stage.

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    Default Re: The play is almost over. Sue is at the middle of the stage.

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    Context: Sue is performing in a play. She is on stage and she is at the middle of the stage.

    You grammar is fine, but the common term for "(at) the middle of the stage" is "centre stage".
    "The play is almost over. Sue is centre stage."
    http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/de...h/centre-stage

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