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comment “cheaper price” or “lower price” / “cheaper rate” or “lower rate”
"more expensive rate" example is a brilliant counter-argument when I correct someone next time. thanks.
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comment “This October I will have been xxx yrs in this country”
Personally, I can't really see much difference, from the grammar point of view, between "I will have been 7 years in the country this October." and "In October, I will have been in this country for seven years" but I appreciate your suggestion.
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comment “This October I will have been xxx yrs in this country”
Thank you for you help. I really like the "come October" approach. I think I will stick to that.
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