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    Emmanuelle123 Guest

    Question Stay over

    Hello,

    thanks for replying to my previous post. If I wanted to say 'my friend is staying in my house for a few days' in a more sophisticated way...

    Can I say 'My friend is staying over with me for a few day' or 'my friend is staying over my house for a few days'

    Many thanks

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    Default Re: Stay over

    Quote Originally Posted by Emmanuelle123 View Post
    Hello,

    thanks for replying to my previous post. If I wanted to say 'my friend is staying in my house for a few days' in a more sophisticated way...

    Can I say 'My friend is staying over with me for a few day' or 'my friend is staying over my house for a few days'

    Many thanks
    Using the word "over" does not make the statement more sophisticated.

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