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    in and over

    Hi there,Can I replace the following 'in' with 'over', any difference? (1) In the past few years, we did try to perfect our systems.(2) In the past few years, we were trying all we could to perfect our systems. (3) In the past few years, we had been trying to perfect our systems.Many thankspete

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    Re: in and over

    You can use "over" in all these without changing the meaning.


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