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    #1

    Full of

    Hi there!

    I'm not sure if the following is correct. Maybe 'filled with'?


    My day was full of activities...


    Cheers,
    Tito

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    Re: Full of

    Neither one is particularly natural, in my opinion.

    I did a lot [of things/stuff/activities] today.
    My day was action-packed.
    I had a very full day.
    I had a very busy day.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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