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    Nongyuqi Guest

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    I am wondering what's the difference between "in ten days" &" in ten days' time"

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    In ten days = calendar
    in ten days'time = aprrox 240 hours

    =>not very much at all


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    rowlo_rn Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    In ten days = calendar
    in ten days'time = aprrox 240 hours

    =>not very much at all

    please tell us "write tensentences about some one who let you down?

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