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    #1

    Question misunderstanding

    hello. i was just wondering which one is correct:
    covered in snow
    covered with snow
    covered by snow
    thanks

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    #2

    Re: misunderstanding

    Cobuild dic: The entire land was covered in snow
    but her hand was covered with blood.
    cover with idea of forming a layer all over a surface.


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    #3

    Re: misunderstanding

    Quote Originally Posted by Grotesque View Post
    hello. i was just wondering which one is correct:
    covered in snow
    covered with snow
    covered by snow
    thanks

    They are all correct.

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    #4

    Re: misunderstanding

    thank you

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    #5

    Re: misunderstanding

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    They are all correct.
    thanks anglika. i'm having my CAE exam on sunday :D

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    #6

    Re: misunderstanding

    A question the Anglica, Is there a slight difference of meaning between covered by and covered with and therefore covered in ?

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    Re: misunderstanding

    Quote Originally Posted by CHOMAT View Post
    A question then Anglica, Is there a slight difference of meaning between covered by and covered with and therefore covered in ?
    mea culpa

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