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    Are both the sentences fine and mean the same thing?

    1. David takes his wife out for dinner on every wedding anniversary.

    2. David takes his wife out for dinner for their wedding anniversary every year.

    Are both the sentences fine and mean the same thing?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Are both the sentences fine and mean the same thing?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    1. David takes his wife out for dinner on every wedding anniversary.

    2. David takes his wife out for dinner for their wedding anniversary every year.

    Are both the sentences fine and mean the same thing?

    Thanks.
    Yes, both are correct and mean the same.

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