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    jump

    Hi there,
    what is the difference betweeen 'jump off the window' and 'jump out of the window'?

    Tks
    pete

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    Re: jump

    Quote Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
    Hi there,
    what is the difference betweeen 'jump off the window' and 'jump out of the window'?

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    pete
    You can't really jump off of a window, to jump off of something you have to be on it. You could jump off of a window sill.

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    Re: jump

    Hi there,
    which one could I use?
    jump out of the window or jump off the window.

    tks

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    Re: jump

    Quote Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
    Hi there,
    which one could I use?
    jump out of the window or jump off the window.

    tks
    Jump out of.

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    Smile Re: jump

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    You can't really jump off of a window, to jump off of something you have to be on it. You could jump off of a window sill.
    That's why you can say jump off the window, I reckon (with the sill or ledge ellipted).

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