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    Tam Guest

    Default How to use "outcome"

    Hi all!
    Please help me to explain how to use noun "outcome".
    It is uncountable or countable or both?
    Thank you very much
    Tam

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    Default Re: How to use "outcome"

    It's normally countable:
    We are still waiting for the outcome of the election in Iraq.

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    Tam Guest

    Default Re: How to use "outcome"

    tdol!!!
    Thank you very much
    I like to write more than before because I can get quick help for my writting.
    A big ambition for my writting is that people don't feel irritated to read my paper. I can understand how bothersome to read an English paper from an unnative (this word exists?) speaker. I remember when I was In Vietnam, one day I answered a phone call and the other tried to speak Vietnamese to me but I didn't understand so I asked him to speak English . I am afraid that one day American will ask me to speak Vietnamese because they don't understand my English
    Thank your very much
    Tam

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