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Is the phrase "nothing in particular" or "nothing particular"!

asked Jun 25 at 15:54 Roberta New member

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It depends on the context. The dictionary lists "in particular" as an idiom. You can also say there is nothing particular about that.

link comment answered Jun 27 at 11:01 Patty T Grammarly Fellow
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Both ways are used in England.

link comment answered Jun 28 at 16:39 Janice Johnson New member

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