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    in the corner of all over the world

    The phrase: "it is available in the corner of all over the world" is good English?

    I think is not, what do you think?

    Shouldn't it be?: ...in every corner all over the world

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    Re: in the corner of all over the world

    Quote Originally Posted by sadeadu View Post
    The phrase: "it is available in the corner of all over the world" is good English?

    I think is not, what do you think?

    Shouldn't it be?: ...in every corner all over the world
    It is available in all corners of the world.-appropriate.
    Last edited by rj1948; 26-May-2008 at 18:22.

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    Re: in the corner of all over the world

    Quote Originally Posted by sadeadu View Post
    The phrase: "it is available in the corner of all over the world" is good English?

    I think is not, what do you think?

    Shouldn't it be?: ...in every corner all over the world

    "In all corners of the world" or " in every corner of the world" or just "all over the world"

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