I have three questions to ask:
A new economic recession has set in for that country.
I know "set in" means "start". My question is: Is "set in for" a phrase?
We can say "set to work". But in Random Dictionary there is "set about work". Does it mean the second phrase has been accepted?
We wnet along a road that led down into a valley, about a mile out of town, where there was a pond. I think the underlined parts are attributes. Is that right?
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thank you in advance.
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