posted by Henry1 on .
I did the corrections myself. Can you please check them?
I just wanted to know if it is better to say "at Medford Square or in Medford Square, "to leave Turin for Rome", "to leave from Turin and go to Rome", "on" OR "during" our last night in Rome?". I included the sentences for you to check.
1)When we return to Italy, we’ll go to the seaside, to Sardinia for a week.
2)We are leaving Turin for (not to) Rome at 8 o'clock.
3)We are leaving from Turin on 23 July in the morning and we are arriving in Rome at 8 o'clock.
4)We are meeting in (also at Medford Square) at 5 pm.
5)When are you going to take your flight to Rome?
6)Are you going to go there with some of our friends?
7) I’m writing to you to ask you about your next holiday.How much is your holiday going to cost?
Are you IN the Square or simply there = at?
the other 2 = either
3. You might like to specify am or pm?
2) We are leaving Turin for Rome at 8 o'clock.
3) We are leaving Turin on the morning of 23 July, and we are arriving in Rome at 8 o'clock in the evening.
4) We are meeting in Medford Square at 5 pm.
6) Are you going there with some of our friends?
7) I’m writing to ask about your next holiday. How much is your holiday going to cost?