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    My two cents

    My two cents.

    First of all, I have discovered that now that I have a different email address that I get to vote for a second time in some of the polls.

    Secondly, I must disagree with Cas and Tdol. (Boy is that ever rare!) I thought about what I would say, and since I would say "I'll see you on Easter day" I picked on. As for using in to mean during, I would rather say during. For example: I'll see you during the Easter holidays.

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    What does Ronbee mean by My two cents?

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    Re: My two cents

    Quote Originally Posted by blouen View Post
    What does Ronbee mean by My two cents?
    Here is my opinion for whatever it is worth. (Maybe only two cents.)

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    Re: My two cents

    Quote Originally Posted by blouen View Post
    My two cents.

    First of all, I have discovered that now that I have a different email address that I get to vote for a second time in some of the polls.

    Secondly, I must disagree with Cas and Tdol. (Boy is that ever rare!) I thought about what I would say, and since I would say "I'll see you on Easter day" I picked on. As for using in to mean during, I would rather say during. For example: I'll see you during the Easter holidays.

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    What does Ronbee mean by My two cents?
    It doesn't say 'Easter day', but 'Easter'.

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    Re: My two cents

    Quote Originally Posted by blouen View Post
    My two cents.

    First of all, I have discovered that now that I have a different email address that I get to vote for a second time in some of the polls.

    Secondly, I must disagree with Cas and Tdol. (Boy is that ever rare!) I thought about what I would say, and since I would say "I'll see you on Easter day" I picked on. As for using in to mean during, I would rather say during. For example: I'll see you during the Easter holidays.

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    What does Ronbee mean by My two cents?
    I'm lost. Could you provide the link to the original thread?

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    Re: My two cents

    Quote Originally Posted by Casiopea View Post
    I'm lost. Could you provide the link to the original thread?
    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/be...ions-time.html
    It's from here, just read on please!!!

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    Re: My two cents

    Thank you, blouen.

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