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uitwaa

Member
India - Hindi & English
I leave the bookmark between pages.
Is it appropriate to use leave with bookmark?
 
  • Florentia52

    Modwoman in the attic
    English - United States
    There's nothing grammatically wrong with it, but we can't tell you whether it's correct without knowing the context. Please tell us the situation in which you would say this, and what you want it to mean.
     

    Englishmypassion

    Senior Member
    India - Hindi
    What do you mean by "leave"? To put? A bookmark is meant to be left in a book. How about I "put" a bookmark at the page (I have read up to) or I bookmark the page.

    I wouldn't say "in" the pages but "in the book".

    We need context.

    Happy New Year!
     

    uitwaa

    Member
    India - Hindi & English
    Yeah, 'in the book' seems correct to me.
    Thanks!
    Happy New Year to you as well! :)
     
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