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  1. B45
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    I'm on a business trip in Chicago, my wife asks me what I had for lunch, I reply:

    I'm on a business trip in Chicago, my wife asks me what I had for lunch, I reply:

    What we had last time when we were in Chi-town.

    VS

    What we had last time in Chi-town.

    Are both okay?

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    Re: I'm on a business trip in Chicago, my wife asks me what I had for lunch, I reply:

    What we had last time we were in Chi-town.

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    Re: I'm on a business trip in Chicago, my wife asks me what I had for lunch, I reply:

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    What we had last time we were in Chi-town.
    Both my examples are wrong?

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    Re: I'm on a business trip in Chicago, my wife asks me what I had for lunch, I reply:

    The second is OK.

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