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    #1

    in the period from

    Hello everyone

    I'd like to ask if the following sentence is correct:

    The project was realized by XXX consulting coaches in the period from February 9 to March 15 of 2008.

    The part I'm not sure of is "in the period from February 9 to March 15 of 2008."

    XXX is the name of the Company.


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    Re: in the period from

    It is ok, but you can omit "from" without losing meaning.

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