Are they both OK, I'm new to/in town? I mean I'm unfamiliar with the town. Thanks!
May 10, 2016 8:40 AM
Answers · 3
Hi, Helen. Do you mean to convey that you just moved to a new town and are telling someone in this town this fact? In this case, you'd say 'I'm new in town." Or, 'I'm new to this town.' That's how we'd say it in my part of the US. And no, you would not use the definite article.
May 10, 2016
i'm new to the town but both will be fine
May 10, 2016
Yes they both are correct and can work in similar situations
May 10, 2016
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