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    Hello teachers,
    Can you help me to proofread this conversation;

    A: Okay, I need to go to the loo.
    B: Are you going to do "number one or number two"?
    A: None of your business but I promise I won't be long, is that okay?
    B: Alright,whatever, I'll wait for you "on that spot" (over there).

    Are the terms correctly used?
    Is it correct to say 'on that spot'? what about at that spot?

    Thanks.

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    Muanteoir is offline Newbie
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    Default Re: conversation

    AT THAT SPOT is the correct english my fellow earthling

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