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    rock group on a practice

    Hi,

    can you say that you "saw a rock group ON a practice"

    Thanks,

    Mia

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    Re: rock group on a practice

    Hello Mia

    I'm not quite sure what "on a practice" would mean, in this context; did you mean "I saw a rock group rehearsing"?

    MrP


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    Re: rock group on a practice

    Yes :)
    So "on a practice" is not possible?

    Mia
    Last edited by MiaL; 14-May-2006 at 10:01.

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    Re: rock group on a practice

    In practice'' would work better to me.

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