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    verify

    I verify the above information as true.

    Hi,

    Is the above sentence correct?
    "verify something as true"?

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    Re: verify

    It's redundant. "Verify" is derived from the Latin for "true."

    You can simply say that you have verified it.

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    Re: verify

    Certify??

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