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You need to respect/obey the speed limit.


She always drives below/under the speed limit.

She always drives over/above the speed limit.


If below used then above should be used and if under is used then over should be used?

, correct?


thank you

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Most people group 'above' and 'below' as opposites and 'over' and 'under' as opposites, but you don't always have to use them that way.

CJ

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No, either are interchangeable, regardless of usage in the other sentence.
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hi CJ


Could you tell me which you would have said?


below under above or over the speed limit?


thanks

anonymousCould you tell me which you would have said?

I suppose I'd say whatever ever came to mind first.

Today it's "over" and "below", but ask me again in another five months. Emotion: wink

CJ

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