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He was sipping orange juice through a straw.
He was sipping orange juice using a straw.

Which one is correct?
Thank you in advance.
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Hi;
You can say either one, but the most common expression is through.
"The people were asked to stay behind doors"
Is this sentence grammatically correct?
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Anonymous"The people were asked to stay behind doors" Is this sentence grammatically correct?
A little odd: it seems like a combination of 'indoors' and 'behind closed doors'. I suggest the former. 'indoors'.
good boys never laugh-----others.
Anonymousgood boys never laugh-----others.
At would be a good choice here.
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My father is -------home
AnonymousMy father is -------home

at

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