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    #1

    need help

    Do these two sentences mean the same?
    • He is leaving on an airplane soon.
    • He is leaving an airplane soon.

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    #2

    Re: need help

    not a teacher

    Do these two sentences mean the same?
    He is leaving on an airplane soon.
    He is leaving an airplane soon.

    No.
    He is leaving on an airplane soon. = He is flying away on a plane soon.
    He is leaving an airplane soon. = He is getting off a plane soon.


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    #3

    Re: need help

    A better title would have been 'He is leaving/leaving on'.

    Extract from the Posting Guidelines:

    'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'

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    Re: need help

    Thank you very much

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    Re: need help

    Quote Originally Posted by shabushabu View Post
    Thank you very much.
    End every sentence with a punctuation mark.

    Your appreciation is welcome but there is no need to write a new post to say thank you. Simply click on the Like button on any posts you found helpful. It means that we don't have to open the thread again to read your new post and then find that it doesn't include any new information or an additional question.




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