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Forum: English Questions Jul 19th, 2008, 01:47 pm
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Posted By susan53
Re: "to last for a month" or "to last a month"

I think you'd be great on a CELTA course, and would get a lot out of it. The important thing isn't always knowing the answers but knowing which questions to ask. The answers come with experience, but...
Forum: English Questions Jul 19th, 2008, 11:13 am
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Views: 2,116
Posted By susan53
Re: "to last for a month" or "to last a month"

No - it lasts centuries is fine. Try Googling it. And if you do a Google battle ...
Forum: English Questions Jul 19th, 2008, 03:09 am
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Views: 2,116
Posted By susan53
Re: "to last for a month" or "to last a month"

Both are fine. It's quite usual to drop the "for" when you're talking about a period of time and the verb itself expresses duration - eg : I've lived here for about a year or I've lived here about...
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