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# Last spring or this spring? English Grammar Question?

Topic: Spring essays
July 17, 2019 / By Princess
Question: Now, it is 12/2011. As I mention something I did during 02/2011 - 04/2011, how should I include the time? Like: I worked in D.R. this spring , or I worked in D.R. last spring ? I feel confused because my ESL teacher marked the latter as wrong in my essay.

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Maxene | 2 days ago
As a former ESL teacher, I'm confused, too. It might help if you included the sentence preceding and following this one. EDIT: I asked my husband about your question. We both agree that "last spring" makes more sense. Did your teacher give you any explanation for marking your sentence wrong?
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