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    #1

    blocke out or blocked in ?

    Dear teachers,

    There are three sentences:

    I could've told you what my plans were.
    I could've told you what I had planned.
    I could've told you how I had the weekend blocked out.

    Would you be kind enough to tell me whether I am at the right track changing the written “blocked out” with my “blocked in”?

    Thank you for your efforts.

    Regards,

    V.

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    #2

    Re: blocke out or blocked in ?

    Blocked out would be better than blocked in...
    I could've told you how my weekend was blocked out.

    Or you could say something like...

    I could've told you how my weekedn was filling out/up
    I could've told you how I had penciled in the weekend already

    Just some different options for you. :)

    Diana
    http://www.helping-you-learn-english.com
    Last edited by English-coach; 25-Jan-2009 at 13:00.

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