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sb70012
Posted: Friday, July 14, 2017 6:00:58 AM

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Hello,
As you know:

on the course => British
in the course => American

I got 20 ...... the course last semester. (self-made)

Can I use "for" instead of the "in" or "on" in my self made sentence used in the UK?

I think in the UK "for" can work in my self-made sentence.

Am I right?

Thank you.

Sorry if I don't thank you more than once. I don't want to bother you by filling up a thread with multiple thank yous.
tunaafi
Posted: Friday, July 14, 2017 6:17:41 AM

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You are right.
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