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    I enjoyed my time there/here

    "The visit to Boisewas real nice, I enjoyed my time there, I think the two things that stood outmost to me were Coach Pete [Chris Petersen] and the players on the team. Itseemed like a big family there, and thatís what Iím looking for. When you getthere and see how tight-knit everyone is and how they do things at Boise, you can understand how they win so much"~Offensive lineman Steven Moore (Elk Grove, Calif.)

    Is it correct to change "I enjoyed my time there" in the above context as "I enjoyed my time here". Is there any difference, if they are both possible?

    Thanks a lot.


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    Re: I enjoyed my time there/here

    Quote Originally Posted by Winwin2011 View Post
    "The visit to Boisewas real nice, I enjoyed my time there, I think the two things that stood outmost to me were Coach Pete [Chris Petersen] and the players on the team. Itseemed like a big family there, and that’s what I’m looking for. When you getthere and see how tight-knit everyone is and how they do things at Boise, you can understand how they win so much"~Offensive lineman Steven Moore (Elk Grove, Calif.)

    Is it correct to change "I enjoyed my time there" in the above context as "I enjoyed my time here". Is there any difference, if they are both possible?

    Thanks a lot.
    It's not correct.

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