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    Visitors out of group

    Hello! I'm glad to find your forum. I want to ask you if there is a word in English to discribe a Museum visitor that goes there out of any group, but not necessarily alone. I want to say for example that "groups will get a present, instead of "visitors out of group".

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    Re: Visitors out of group

    You could say "each member of the group will receive a present."

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