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    Red face using linger in a sentence

    hello, just want to confirm on how should i use linger in an example like this:

    linger with the past,

    OR

    linger in the past...

    Thanks in advance!!

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    Re: using linger in a sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by heyou View Post
    Hello, I just want to confirm how I should use linger in an example like this:

    linger with the past,

    OR

    linger in the past...

    Thanks in advance!!
    In what context do you want to use them? Neither seems very likely to me.

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    Thumbs up Re: using linger in a sentence

    My mind lingered in the past. (OK)

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