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    sara88 is offline Member
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    Default harry/ rush

    Hello
    Could you tell me please which one is correct?
    1)..to not be in a harry.
    2)..to not be an a rush.
    Many thanks ina advance.

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    Default Re: harry/ rush

    Quote Originally Posted by sara88 View Post
    Hello
    Could you tell me please which one is correct?
    1)..to not be in a hurry.
    2)..to not be in a rush.
    Many thanks ina advance.
    As non-finite clauses I think they are both correct.

    I am not a teacher.

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