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You say you are “at the hospital” when you’re visiting and “in the hospital” when you’re a patient.
In English, we never use “if” and “would” in the same clause.
Why Is There a “B” in “Doubt”?
In English, we use time indicators at the beginning and at the end of sentences.
We use the preposition “in” for cities, provinces, and states.
When we discuss the weather in English, we often use “going to.”
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