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    sambistapt is offline Junior Member
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    Cool AT or On page 10?

    Helloa amigos!

    Teacher has said to the pupils: " Letīs being at/on page 10"

    Which one shall I use?

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    Default Re: AT or On page 10?

    Quote Originally Posted by sambistapt View Post
    Helloa amigos!

    Teacher has said to the pupils: " Letīs being at/on page 10"

    Which one shall I use?

    Thanks,

    Sam


    Open your books at page 10.
    Go to page 10.
    Turn to page 10.
    Last edited by Teia; 27-Apr-2008 at 07:53.

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    Smile Re: AT or On page 10?

    ON PAGE!!!!!not at! see Longman Online Dictionary

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    Default Re: AT or On page 10?

    Quote Originally Posted by kukinecka View Post
    ON PAGE!!!!!not at! see Longman Online Dictionary
    On is American English!

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    Smile Re: AT or On page 10?

    Quote Originally Posted by Teia View Post
    On is American English!
    It's usually Go to page 12, or See page 12, or Turn to page 12.
    You can also say Open your books on page 12, which is more usual than ... at page 12.


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    Default Re: AT or On page 10?

    Quote Originally Posted by sambistapt View Post
    Helloa amigos!

    Teacher has said to the pupils: " Letīs being at/on page 10"

    Which one shall I use?

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    Sam
    Let's begin at page 10

    Turn to page 10

    The lessons starts on page 10

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    Default Re: AT or On page 10?

    This website may come in handy:

    P.I.T.E. - begin from page 10


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