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I've seen the following in my grammar. It was in a weather vocabulary section.

Can you explain that better? I think that two sentences showing how to use both versions would already help!
 

 

"(North American English) pour (down)/(British English) pour (down) with rain"

edited Jun 14 '11 at 22:31 coraliecinq Contributor

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