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Message de maia17 posté le 13-08-2017 à 15:29:02 (S | E | F)
What's the difference between "at English" and "in English" pour dire "en anglais" ?
Thanks in advance and have a lovely afternoon.
Modifié par lucile83 le 13-08-2017 16:47
Réponse : Difference/at - in de dsmith, postée le 14-08-2017 à 06:21:23 (S | E)
More context would help us.
Verb + at
Verb + in
can mean different things, sometimes even with the same verb.
He is learning English and studies every day. He works at English each day.
He works in an international company. He must work in English.
We write in English.
He is good at English
I am experienced in English
I hope this helps. Have a good day.
Réponse : Difference/at - in de maia17, postée le 14-08-2017 à 15:31:13 (S | E)
Thank you very much for your help because I don't control English enough .
As you mentioned I've opened, read and printed the links, very interesting and useful, in order to study and by now it's clarified.
Thank you once again.
Have a great day too.
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