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    to last century or to the last century

    "What do you have to lose here? Your life belongs to last century?" Is it "last century" or "the last century"?
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    Re: to last century or to the last century

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "What do you have to lose here? Your life that belongs to last century?" Is it "last century" or "the last century"?
    "The last century." Did you copy the second sentence correctly? Why is that there?

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