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Posted by on Monday, May 21, 2012 at 10:21am.

Writeacher, could you please check this sentence? Thank you.


1) He dropped me off at the post office.
How would you rephrase it?
He let me get (out of the car) at the post office.
He made me get off the bus at the post office.
within the end of the week is not the same as by/before the end of the week.

  • Art - , Monday, May 21, 2012 at 10:59am

    He dropped me off at the post office.
    How would you rephrase it?
    He let me out at the post office.
    He let me off the bus at the post office.



    within the end of the week is not the same as by/before the end of the week.
    You could say "by the end of the week" or "within the week" and you'd have the same meaning.

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