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    As spoke

    In Hong Kong, many people use the phrase "as spoke" or "as spoken" to refer to something which have been previously agreed. Is it grammatical? Is there a better way to say it?

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    Re: As spoke

    Quote Originally Posted by iamwkk
    In Hong Kong, many people use the phrase "as spoke" or "as spoken" to refer to something which have been previously agreed. Is it grammatical? Is there a better way to say it?
    It's new to my dialect. That is, I have yet to hear someone use those phrases in that context. Could you give us an example dialogue? Would "as mentioned" or "as agreed" work there?

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