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    #1

    off the ground or on the ground

    Pls lemme know the correct version:
    An eagle flies high in the sky yet keeps an eye on minute details off the ground.
    or
    An eagle flies high in the sky yet keeps an eye on minute details on the ground.

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    #2

    Re: off the ground or on the ground

    Welcome to the board, raj.

    Please use standard English:

    Please let me know the correct version.
    It's '...on the ground'.

    Rover

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    #3

    Re: off the ground or on the ground

    Thanks Mr Rover..

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