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1. The next few years, you are growing in and out.

2. During the next few years, you are growing in and out.

3. In the next few years, you are growing in and out.

(Which does #1 mean, #2 or #3?)


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English - GuruBlue, Tuesday, June 9, 2009 at 4:36pm
The "growing in and out" part of those sentences does not make sense.
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Thank you.

1. The next few years, you are growing in and out.

(The meaning of this sentence is as follows: The next few years, you are growing mentally and physically.)

  • English - ,

    Then I would say, The next few years you are growing taller and smarter.

  • English - ,

    OR... The next few years your will be growing up and out. Although this is still not really clear.

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