Questions tagged with around

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About vs Around
Which of the two sentences is correct, and why? He was around three years of age when his father became ...
Around about grammar idiom age +2 votes, asked Jun 10 by Tong Fei
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(at) around five o'clock
Hi there! Are both these sentences grammatically correct? 1) He came at around five o'clock. 2) He came around five ...
at preposition Around +1 vote, asked Jun 10 by Abdul Quadir
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What is correct in these examples
Do you use about or around in this sentence below He raced out onto the flat and glanced around. He ...
which that Around about 0 votes, asked Aug 18 '13 by lee leeeder
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Commas around title
When writing a title of a dignitary with his name, should I use commas around the title?
commas Around Titles Dignitary 0 votes, asked Apr 07 '13 by PiusD
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