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Ivan Fadeev
Posted: Sunday, February 28, 2021 5:34:07 AM

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Do 1 and 2 means the same?

1 You should turn in your essay at the end of lecture.
2 You should turn in your essay at the end of a lecture.
3 You should turn in your essay at the end of the lecture.

Is it appropriate to use 3 not long before a specific lecture starts?
thar
Posted: Sunday, February 28, 2021 5:48:10 AM

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It needs an article. So 1 is wrong.

Can you do it at just any lecture?

Throw your litter in a bin. It doesn't matter which bin, just that it is a bin.
Make sure you leave your seat tidy at the end of a lecture. Whether that lecture is in ten years, or is in a different department.


But here there is a connection. You are at a lecture. You should turn it in at the end of the lecture you are attending. It is specified by the context and situation.
PowerWriter
Posted: Sunday, February 28, 2021 8:31:35 AM

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1 You should turn in your essay at the end of lecture. <-- Never correct.
2 You should turn in your essay at the end of a lecture. <-- Use if talking about any lecture, maybe in a talk to students at the beginning of a semester.
3 You should turn in your essay at the end of the lecture. <--Use if the lecture is specified such as at the start of a class. You could also say, "this lecture," if it is your lecture or, "that lecture," if someone else's or a future lecture.
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