Sat 11 May, 2019 10:00 am
Police said they received a call for assistance around 8.10am, and subsequently arrested a 26-year-old NUS male student, a resident of the same residential hall, for criminal trespass.
The man is also being investigated for insulting the modesty of a woman, added the police.
In the first sentence should it be "at around" instead of just "around"?
At around. is not required as should be either around or at but not both at is exact whereas around is an approximate estimate
If 'around' were replaced by 'about', should it be 'about' or 'at about'?
"Around," in this sense, has the meaning of "approximately at," so adding "at" is redundant.
Is it "about" or "at about"?
Could somebody please help? Thanks.