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    I walked on the edge of the river

    My respected teacher

    1: "I walked on the edge of the river without shoes." OR "I walked at the edge of the river without shoes." correct it?

    2: "He would have gone to the kitchen if he had been hungry" correct/

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: I walked on the edge of the river

    Quote Originally Posted by twilit1988 View Post
    My respected teacher

    1: "I walked on the edge of the river without shoes." OR "I walked at the edge of the river without shoes." correct it?

    2: "He would have gone to the kitchen if he had been hungry" correct/

    Thanks in advance!
    1) "I walked by the river..." is better.
    2) Yes it's fine.

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