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    #1

    correct sentence?

    I am not sure if the following is correct gramatically and mean the same when I intend to mean where the windows are from my seat.

    - In the office, I have the windows on my backside

    - In the office, I have windows behind me.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: correct sentence?

    "The windows are behind me" is correct. 'Backside' is the thing you're sitting on, though "There are windows at my back" or "The windows are in back of me" (this is an American expression, hope I'm using it correctly) are OK too.

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