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Today is on April 1th. If I refer to April 5th ti April 7th, should I say " on these three days or in these three days?

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Hi,

Today is on April 1th. If I refer to April 5th ti April 7th, should I say " on these three days or in these three days?

It depends on what you want to say. ie on the context.

Please write and show us a few sentences.

Clive
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Sometimes it is "on" these three days

e.g.,

Please mark your calendars for April 5th through the 7th. On these three days, we will be offering free flu shots to the employees in the Bendix Room.

But, if you had accomplished some task and were discussing it later, you might say,

We brought in our corporate colleagues from around the country to work on this project April 5th through the 7th. In these three days, we put together a project that would usually take many months to complete at our separate locations.

So, as Clive says, it depends on the context.
Hi,

The period from April 5th to April 7th was a very busy time for me. In these three days, I wrote a 10,000-word essay.

Clive
Only you can creatw my smile and tears in these days
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