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    #1

    "behind the" or "behind of the"

    Everytime we play hide-and-seek, Carlos hides behind the fridge.
    ("behind the fridge" or "behind of the fridge")

    Thanks guys...

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    Re: "behind the" or "behind of the"

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley P View Post
    Everytime we play hide-and-seek, Carlos hides behind the fridge.
    ("behind the fridge" or "behind of the fridge")

    Thanks guys...
    He hides behind the fridge.

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    #3

    Re: "behind the" or "behind of the"

    Everytime we play hide-and-seek, Carlos hides behind the fridge.

    I think that Everytime is wrong, but that "Every time" is correct.

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    Re: "behind the" or "behind of the"

    Quote Originally Posted by sunsunmoon View Post
    Everytime we play hide-and-seek, Carlos hides behind the fridge.

    I think that Everytime is wrong, but that "Every time" is correct.
    You are right, sun.

    Rover

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