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    past

    a. A few days ago, I read some articles by him.

    b. A few days ago, I read articles by him.


    Are both of the above correct and natural? Is there any difference in their meanings?

  1. bj1908
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    Re: past

    yes and no
    yes, both are right
    no, there is no difference

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