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    I fell this morning.Correct?

    "I fell during Assembly Point this morning"

    Are they correct?

    or
    "I fell down during Assembly Point this morning" ? :)

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    Re: I fell this morning.Correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by EnnyanEnnyham View Post
    "I fell during Assembly Point this morning".

    Is it correct?

    or
    "I fell down during Assembly Point this morning" ? :)
    You can use either.

    An Assembly Point is where people gather in an emergency. Just leave out Point.

    What caused you to fall (down)? Did you trip/faint/slip?

    Rover

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