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    #1


    There's a noisy party ...

    at/on the floor/story bellow

    at/on the upper floor/story

    at/on the lower floor/story

    .... tonight.


    Hi,
    Which is the correct one, please?
    thanks.
    Last edited by jctgf; 09-Aug-2008 at 01:00.


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    #2

    Re: floor bellow

    A bellow is a very loud shout.


    There's a noisy party ...

    at/on the floor/story below

    at/on the upper floor/story OR on the floor above

    at/on the lower floor/story

    .... tonight.

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    #3

    Re: floor bellow

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    A bellow is a very loud shout.


    There's a noisy party ...

    at/on the floor/story below

    at/on the upper floor/story OR on the floor above

    at/on the lower floor/story

    .... tonight.
    Sorry, I am a little bit confused on identifying the correct ones.
    It seems that ''lower floor'' is not possible. Is that true?
    Thanks
    Last edited by jctgf; 09-Aug-2008 at 02:12.


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    #4

    Re: floor bellow

    You could - in the right context, ie that the building contains many floors. If that was the case, you would say "on a lower floor".

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