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    for the second day or a ........?

    "Thai and Cambodian soldiers exchanged fire for a second day on Saturday on their border in a brief clash."

    Would you say for the second day or for a second day?

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    Re: for the second day or a ........?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gillnetter View Post
    They seem to be about the same. It could either be that the fighting began on April 1st and continued on until April 2nd or that the fighting began on April 1st, there was a lull in the fighting, and the fighting began again on June 2nd.
    So original version suggests that it continued until April 2nd?

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