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    Default all day long, worked through, as yet

    I worked through the night and all day long, that means I haven't slept as yet.

    Please correct my sentence.

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    Default Re: all day long, worked through, as yet

    I worked through the day and night.

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    Default Re: all day long, worked through, as yet

    Thank you Barb_D
    Simply, Can I say (I worked all night long)?

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    Default Re: all day long, worked through, as yet

    Certainly you can, but that doesn't say you worked in the day as well.

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    Default Re: all day long, worked through, as yet

    Thank you Barb_D

    Can I say like this (I worked all day and night long)?

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    "I worked all day and all night."

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