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Thread: mail in

    • Join Date: Nov 2006
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    mail in

    I have two questions.

    If you get a ticket for speeding, you can just mail in the payment.

    I haven't seen the usage mail in. Is it common? Does it mean to transer the payment by mail?

    But if you play your car radio too loud, you have to come to court to pay the fine.
    When you have the radio turned up that loud, it is not safe.

    Are the two louds an adverb or an adjective? I think it is an adverb.

    • Join Date: Oct 2006
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    Re: mail in

    It is more usual in AmE. In the Uk we would expect "post it".

    Yes, they are adverbs.

    • Join Date: Nov 2006
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    Re: mail in

    Thank you very much Anglika

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