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    Wink Where should I put "about"?

    Hi, I would like to know which one is correct When I put "about" in the sentence. Or are they all correct? I suppose 1 and 2 are used as prepositions while 3 is used as an adverb. Thank you for your time and help.

    1. I usually get up about at six every morning.
    2. I usually get up at about six every morning.
    3. I usually get up about six every morning.

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    Re: Where should I put "about"?

    Quote Originally Posted by fumi View Post
    Hi, I would like to know which one is correct When I put "about" in the sentence. Or are they all correct? I suppose 1 and 2 are used as prepositions while 3 is used as an adverb. Thank you for your time and help.

    1. I usually get up about at six every morning.
    2. I usually get up at about six every morning.
    3. I usually get up about six every morning.
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    Wink Re: Where should I put "about"?

    Thanks for answering my question. I've got the answer. Fumi

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