haltlos: ([HP] Ravenclaw sarcastic)
posted by [personal profile] haltlos at 01:22pm on 23/12/2010 under
Quick English vocabulary question: the phrase "at the place of" is only used to localise something/to describe a location. y/y?! (Because my mind is confusing it with "in place of") Or can it be used metaphorically aswell?


(This is a silly question if you see it written down. My brain questions everything! Stupid thing.)
Mood:: 'geeky' geeky

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