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    Hi,

    I want to know if the below phrase is grammatically correct? and if so, what does "fee provided" means? actually I'm in trouble with the meaning of the sentence after the word "without...."



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    Re: fee provided

    Put a comma after "fee." "Without fee" is one idea. "Provided that..." is another idea.

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    Re: fee provided

    Quote Originally Posted by Sepmre View Post
    Hi,

    I want to know if the below phrase is grammatically correct? and if so, what does "fee provided" means? actually I'm in trouble with the meaning of the sentence after the word "without...."



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    I understand your reason for the question. There should be a comma after "fee" meaning that there will be no charge for making copies if you only use the material for personal or classroom use.

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