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    • Join Date: May 2009
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    Task or Work, Periods or Times

    Which one is correct??? "periods of weightlessness or times of weightlessness", "That was the task or work that faced 14 volunteers"

    I think tha the right answers are " task and periods" but unfortunately I am not pretty sure! Could you help me please


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    Re: Task or Work, Periods or Times

    Periods of weightlessness is preferable to times of weightlessness, although both could be considered correct. Likewise task would be preferable to work in the second example. They are more specific in their connotations.

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