Interested in Language
1. I always eat my breakfast in ten minutes. (I think it means 'within ten minutes'?)
2. The material will be ready in ten days. (Does it mean 'after ten days'?)
3. We've missed the train, but not to worry, there's another one in ten minutes.
Does sentence 3 mean "after ten minutes" or "within ten minutes"?
Last edited by Winwin2011; 24-Dec-2013 at 08:11.
Last edited by Winwin2011; 24-Dec-2013 at 17:21.
If you order it on 1 Dec it will be ready on 11 Dec.