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    • Join Date: Sep 2005
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    #1

    all day long

    IŽd like to ask if there is any difference between all day long / all day and when and why we use all day long.
    Thanks in advance


    • Join Date: Jan 2006
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    Re: all day long

    Quote Originally Posted by petr View Post
    IŽd like to ask if there is any difference between all day long / all day and when and why we use all day long.
    Thanks in advance

    You use "all day long" when you want to stress the duration.

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