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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Did you get it right?

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Thursday at 02:34 PM
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Hello Frank,


Thanks for getting in touch! ๐Ÿ˜„


You're correct. They both can mean 'simultaneously.'


"At one time" can also be a phrase related to time, meaning 'in or during a known but unspecified past period.'


Feel free to ask us any other questions that come up.


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Frank
Wednesday at 07:14 AM
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Hello everyone.

In the text there are these two expressions:

1) at a time

2) at one time

Both seem to have the same meaning: simultaneously.

Is it correct?

I'm asking that because the expression 2) is translated on the dictionary with "once" or "long ago".

Thank you.

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Saturday at 07:27 PM
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Hello Ayah,


Thankyou for your comment. ๐Ÿ˜„


Next up, please work your way through the lessons at your current English skills level.


Feel free to ask any questions you have throughout your studies.


Sincerely,

Eva

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Ayah
Thursday at 02:10 AM
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Yes I did it . But I'm confused! what comes next?