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    Adverbs and prepositions

    As/like you can see in/from my CV...

    Which are correct? I think the correct ones are AS and FROM...what do you think?

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    Re: Adverbs and prepositions

    Quote Originally Posted by dilodi83 View Post
    As/like you can see in/from my CV...

    Which are correct? I think the correct ones are AS and FROM...what do you think?
    "Like" is OK but rather informaI/casual. "From" is OK too, but l would use "as you can see in my CV".

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