She couldn't be depended upon because of her health problems.
What does (depended upon) mean?
Does it have the same meaning with (depended on)?
Thanks in advance
Re: 194-depend upon
Yes, "depend upon" is the same as "depend on"; just like "based upon" = "based on", etc.
Now, to rephrase the quoted sentence, I'd propose something like this:
"One couldn't rely on her because of her health problems."
By jiang in forum Ask a Teacher
Last Post: 20-Apr-2004, 14:10
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