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    Is through the right word in the sentence below?

    Is through the right word in the sentence below?

    As a personal friend, I have observed Mark through informal visits at his residence and at public venues.


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    Re: Is through the right word in the sentence below?

    Quote Originally Posted by MsNyree View Post
    Is through the right word in the sentence below?

    As a personal friend, I have observed Mark through informal visits at his residence and at public venues.
    Yes, it's all right. No one would pause for a second while reading this sentence.

    But still, it might be better to say "during informal visits etc."

    "Public places" would be better than "venues" -- unless he was performing on a stage. Then he was in public venues.

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