Sep 28th, 2016, 04:41 am
| || |
Join Date: Jun 1st, 2016
| | Can you use two "in"s in this sentence? and order of words?
I would like to make up a few simple sentences.
(1) John and I are going to meet in the school my uncle used to work in.
(2a) Mary is going to take two English courses next month to improve her English skills.
(2b) Mary is going to take two English courses to improve her English skills next month.
In (1), is it necessary to put another "in" at the end of the sentence?
In (2), which order of the words, highlighted in red, is correct?
Thank you very much for your help.
Last edited by susan53 : Sep 28th, 2016 at 06:44 am.