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    Do you think that sometimes 'for example' and 'such as' are interchangeable for the same meaning? Thank you so much as usual and have a good and safe day.

    Wild flowers such as primroses are becoming rare.

    Wild flowers, such as primroses, are becoming rare.

    Wild flowers, for example, primroses are becoming rare.

    P.S If you do not like examples, please would you explain with your examples?
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    Default Re: for example and such as

    Quote Originally Posted by sky3120 View Post
    Do you think that sometimes 'for example' and 'such as' are interchangeable for the same meaning? Thank you so much as usual and have a good and safe day.

    Wild flowers such as primroses are becoming rare.

    Wild flowers, such as primroses, are becoming rare.

    Wild flowers, for example, primroses are becoming rare.

    P.S If you do not like examples, please would you explain with your examples?
    They are all OK.

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    Default Re: for example and such as

    Thank you so much as usual and then how about meanings? Do you think all of them mean the same?

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    Default Re: for example and such as

    Yes — bhai would have said so if there had been a difference in meaning.

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