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    with "for" or not

    Hi,

    Is it possible to say: I worked two months in a bank. I mean without saying " for" before "two months"?
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    Re: with "for" or not

    Yes, there are many short simple temporal situations in which prepositions may be omitted:

    I'll see you Tuesday.
    I'm leaving next year.

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