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  1. emilie's Avatar

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    Exclamation Different kinds of questions

    What's the difference between "at the end" & "in the end" ?
    Could the adverb "often" come at the beginning of the sentence?
    Is the expression "exercise control over is common in english ? If not what can we say instead of it?
    last and not least How do we say 1910 in English?

  2. 5jj's Avatar
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    Re: Different kinds of questions

    Try to post separate questions in separate threads, emilie. You are more likely then to get a quick response.

    I'll answer your last question, assuming you are refering to a year: "nineteen ten",

    If it's a number, in which case it is better written as 1,910 , then in BrE it is :"one thousand nine hundred and ten."

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