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to send ON the address or to send AT the address? #1 (permalink) Mon Jul 07, 2008 21:20 pm   to send ON the address or to send AT the address?
 

Please, tell me which form is correct because I'm confused.
Thanks in advance,
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to send ON the address or to send AT the address? #2 (permalink) Mon Jul 07, 2008 21:31 pm   to send ON the address or to send AT the address?
 

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to send ON the address or to send AT the address??

Hi Magda

Neither. You would usually send something to a certain address.

However, you can use 'at' this way, for example:

- You can send it to me at the following address.
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to send ON the address or to send AT the address? #3 (permalink) Tue Jul 08, 2008 11:23 am   to send ON the address or to send AT the address?
 

Hi Yankee

Thank you very much. Your answer was really helpful.
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Translator for this forum. #4 (permalink) Mon Apr 05, 2010 22:33 pm   Translator for this forum.
 

Hello Guys. Is there a good intrenet translator for translating this whole forum in Swedish? I would show It to some people which don't speak english.
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