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    kinnix is offline Newbie
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    Default what's the difference between "as follow" and "as follows"?

    Dear techers,

    I was confused by "as follow" and "as follows", I can't get the difference between them, could you please help me?

    thanks and regards
    kinnix

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    Default Re: what's the difference between "as follow" and "as follows"?

    Quote Originally Posted by kinnix View Post
    Dear techers,

    I was confused by "as follow" and "as follows", I can't get the difference between them, could you please help me?

    thanks and regards
    kinnix
    Do you have a sentence with "as follow"? I can't think of an example.

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    Default Re: what's the difference between "as follow" and "as follows"?

    I got it.

    Thanks

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