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Homework Help: English composition

Posted by John on Tuesday, October 23, 2007 at 6:46am.

1. Pears are in season.
2. Pears are out of season.
3. Persimmons are in fashion.
4. Persimmons are out of fashion.

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Are the expressions all grammatical? Can we use 'fashion' instead of 'seaon'?

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