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posted by rfvv

1. I read the book in five days.
2. I read the book for five days.
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Does #1 mean he finished reading the book from the first page to the last page?

Does #2 mean that he read the book for 5 days but not finished reading the book to the last page?

  1. Writeacher

    1. OK
    2. OK, but he may or may not have finished reading it in those 5 days.

  2. Writeacher

    wate nvm i think u mite be rong... idrk y r u even askin me g0 tel ur teecher

  3. Michael

    1. yes
    2. no, could've also finished it

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