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    Default That should about wrap it up.

    I can not understand this sentence which I found in the English book for listening.

    This is the script of my English book. ( In this script, two students are talking about their presentation for next class)


    < W: Then... when you're through with the slides, we should probably allow enough time for questions .
    M: Yeah, that sounds good. That should about wrap it up.
    See? we're all set to go. >

    And i wonder "about" ,which is in that sentence, is preposition or adverb.

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    Default Re: That should about wrap it up.

    Yes. It's close in meaning to nearly; almost.

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