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    'in that month' or 'that month'

    Hi All,

    In the following sentences, 'I won't be available in May. I will be visiting Victoria in that month.', should I use 'in' in the second sentence?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xupeng66 View Post
    Hi All,

    In the following sentences, 'I won't be available in May. I will be visiting Victoria in that month.', should I use 'in' in the second sentence?

    Thanks!
    It's not natural with "in".

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