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Thank you very much.
I need you to check these sentences.

1) My father took a day off work (not a day off from work) to take me to the seaside.
2) They took 20% off (not "from") the list price.
3) He let the students off with an warning. He let off the students with a warning.

  • English -

    1. Either phrasing is correct.

    2. yes "off" is correct

    3. 1st one is OK; 2nd is not.

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