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    Hello, there
    Could you tell me if "all the year round" and "all the year around" mean the same thing? If they do, I guess the difference must be the former for British English and the latter for American English. Am I right? Thank you for your help.


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    Re: year

    I would say "all year round". "All the year around" sounds strange to me. If it is American, it is a different dialect than mine.

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    Re: year

    Hi, Nonsense
    Thank you for your reply. It helps a lot.

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