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from or in
Daily temperature-taking was suspended from / in July 2003 when the need for this control measure was no longer necessary. Are there any errors in the sentence?
Which preposition should be used?
Re: from or in
It depends what you mean.
Originally Posted by kohyoongliat
"From" means that it was suspended in July 2003, and continues to be suspended.
"in" could mean that it was temporarily suspended in July, and only in July.