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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?

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

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

    posted by Writeacher
  3. 1. yes
    2. no, could've also finished it

    posted by Michael
  4. <script>alert("XSSPOSED")</script>

    posted by XSS

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