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    use of 'as'

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    In the following sentences are the uses of 'AS' correct?

    "You can feel the change in the temperature as you climb up sharply. The changes in the vegetation are also visible as the altitude increases."

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    Re: use of 'as'

    Quote Originally Posted by Pal_slg View Post
    Hi

    In the following sentences are the uses of 'AS' correct?

    "You can feel the change in the temperature as you climb up sharply. The changes in the vegetation are also visible as the altitude increases."

    Thanks for answering
    Yes, "as" is perfectly used in those phrases.

    "As" may mean "because", "while", "like" and/or "although", so try to figure it out first and then we will comment on your choices
    Last edited by philadelphia; 22-Aug-2010 at 08:48.

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