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    Wink Today

    Hello,

    Can we say:

    -Today is sunnier than yesterday.(Is it better to say: Today, it's sunnier than yesterday?).

    -Today is the 10th of May. (orally)


    Cheers

    W

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    Re: Today

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello,

    Can we say:

    -Today is sunnier than yesterday.(Is it better to say: Today, it's sunnier than yesterday?).

    -Today is the 10th of May. (orally)


    Cheers

    W
    They are all OK.

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