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    aisle, corridor

    a. She stands at the aisle.
    b. She stands at the corridor.
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    1. What are the differences between aisle and corridor in the above situation?
    2. Are the above sentences OK?


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    Re: aisle, corridor

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    a. She stands at the aisle.
    b. She stands at the corridor.
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    1. What are the differences between aisle and corridor in the above situation? What situation?
    2. Are the above sentences OK?They are not impossible, but we normally stand in an aisle or corridor.
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    Re: aisle, corridor

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    The situation is She stands in the aisle / corridor.

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    Re: aisle, corridor

    If she's standing in an aisle, then "She stands in the aisle" is correct (provided the simple present tense is appropriate).

    If she's standing in a corridor, then "She stands in the corridor" is correct (provided the simple present tense is appropriate).

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