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    while + adverb

    Hello,

    I would like to ask whether we can use any adverb of place after ''although, even though, though, while, when'' or not.

    Although, even though, though, while, when + at/on/in + noun

    For example:

    Williams said he heard about the shooting while at work in the morning.

    I wear them to work, although not at the same time.

    Thanks...


    Last edited by aysaa; 25-Apr-2012 at 08:59.

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