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Homework Help: English

Posted by rfvv on Thursday, June 10, 2010 at 4:34pm.

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

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

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

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

(Which one is correct? Which one is a common expression? Is a preposition missing in #1?)

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