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I have to 'push my flight two days' because I didn't know I had to have a COVID test. 1. push my flight two days 2. push my flight for two days later 3. push my flight until two days later 4.push my flight for two days 5. push my flight by two days I heard something like this in a video by two Canadian Youtubers. She used the first phrase, so I believe it sounds natural to natives. But I feel the other options are also correct. Would you use any of them, or is #1 the only choice? Kind regards and thank you. :)
Nov 2, 2021 12:38 PM
Answers · 4
Although some people might say sentence 1 or 2, this sounds a little strange to me. This is likely a difference between British English and Canadian English. Alternatively, you could say: 1. I have to push my flight *back* two days 2. I have to push my flight *back by* two days 3. I have to *postpone* my flight *by* two days. You could also say "a couple of days" rather than "two days" if you'd like some variety. I hope this helps!
November 2, 2021
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