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posted by rfvv Sunday, May 20, 2018 at 9:57pm

1. On Saturdays, he goes around the city and takes pictures with his camera.
2. On Saturdays, he goes about city and takes pictures with his camera.
3. On Saturdays, he goes ______ the city and takes pictures with his camera.
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Can we use #1 and #2? Are both the same? Instead of 'around' what other words can we use?
Ms. Sue Sunday, May 20, 2018 at 10:55pm
# 2 needs "the."
# 3 -- could be throughout.
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Thank you so much for your help.

1. On Saturdays, he goes around the city and takes pictures with his camera.
2. On Saturdays, he goes around the city and takes some pictures with his camera.
[Does #1 mean #2? Or are both different? In #1 is 'pictures' in generic use?]

3. His hobby is taking pictures with a camera.
4. He likes taking pictures with a camera.
[What about 'pictures' in #3 and #4? Is 'pictures' in generic use? Or does 'pictures' mean 'some pictures'?]]

5. He likes taking a picture of the city with a camera.
6. He likes taking one picture of the city with a camera.
[Does #5 mean #6? Or is 'a picture' in generic use?]

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