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    #1

    in or for?

    Which is better 1 or 2 if I want to say that three accidents were reported during the last five year's period?

    1. Three accidents were reported in the last five years.
    2. Three accidents were reported for the last five years.

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    #2

    Exclamation Re: in or for?

    Quote Originally Posted by Snappy View Post
    Which is better 1 or 2 if I want to say that three accidents were reported during the last five year's period?

    1. Three accidents were reported in/over the last five years.
    2. Three accidents were reported for the last five years.
    The first one is good but can be better with ‘over’

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