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    Could it be a good explanation for 'in a hurry'?

    Hi teachers,
    Could 'they don't have much time' be a good explanation for the underlined words in the following sentence? 'They are walking really fast because they are in a hurry.
    Is there a better one?

    Thank in advance

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    Re: Could it be a good explanation for 'in a hurry'?

    [not a teacher]

    Yes. And I suppose "they have really far to go" could be the other side of that coin.

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    Re: Could it be a good explanation for 'in a hurry'?

    Hi Bob,
    Thank you for your reply.

    Best,
    L54

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