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    #1

    I am in a session at the moment.

    I am in a session at the moment (online).

    I am in a session at the moment (in person).

    See you in the session (online).

    See you in the session (in person).

    She told me this on the forum (online).

    She told me this at the forum (in person).


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    Re: I am in a session at the moment.

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    I am in a session at the moment (online).

    I am in a session at the moment (in person).

    See you in the session (online).

    See you in the session (in person). You could also use "at" here.

    She told me this on the forum (online).

    She told me this at the forum (in person).


    Please check.
    They're all possible.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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