XiaoDeng
due in for I had a really big assignment due in for another course. How should I parse the sentence? I had a really big assignment due ( in for another course.) I had a really big assignment (due in for another course.) How should I deal with the 'due in for' part? What does it mean?
Oct 2, 2019 1:21 AM
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I had a really big assignment due in for another course. .. due in.. a phrasal verb = due, required on time ...for another course. - the assignment is for a different course, not the one you were thinking of. ? I had (past tense) a really big (large) asignment (piece of work) ... due in ... (due, needed to be handed in soon) ... (the assignment is ) for another course. . Xd, why is your maths assignment late. I had a really big assignment ... due in .... for another course. I was working on that.
October 2, 2019
Hello, Xiodeng. "Due in for" sounds odd and wouldn't be used together. You would simply say, "I had a really big assignment due in another class." You could also say, "I had a really big assignment due for another class". I hope these suggestions help! If you are interested in taking English lessons, I am a professional teacher on Italki and am currently accepting new students. I would be happy to work with you.
October 2, 2019
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