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  1. #1

    that I was there

    Is there any difference between these two sentences?

    I was beaten up everyday that I was there.

    I was beaten up everyday when I was there.


    Thanks.

  2. #2

    Re: that I was there

    Quote Originally Posted by nonEnglish
    Is there any difference between these two sentences?

    I was beaten up everyday that I was there.

    I was beaten up everyday when I was there.


    Thanks.
    The first one sounds odd to me. I would go with #2.

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