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is it ok to say "we'll come on the dates between 18.4.19 till 23.4.19"

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is it ok to say "we'll come on the dates between 18.4.19 till 23.4.19"

Post by AngryNathan » Sun Feb 03, 2019 9:53 am

or should I say "in the dated". can I say both ?

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Re: is it ok to say "we'll come on the dates between 18.4.19 till 23.4.19"

Post by Joe » Sun Feb 03, 2019 10:02 am

"in the dated" is not English.

Your first idea is better, but it should be:

We'll come on the dates between 18.4.19 AND 23.4.19.

That means you'll come 19, 20, 21, 22, but NOT 18 and NOT 23 because you said BETWEEN.

So maybe you really mean:

We'll come on the dates FROM 18.4.19 TO 23.4.19.

As usual, it all depends what you really mean.
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