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    nyggus is offline Key Member
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    Question With ot without "it"?

    Hello, which one is better? -

    1. "From the above considerations follows that..."
    2. "From the above considerations it follows that..."

    Thanks in advance,
    Nyggus

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    Default Re: With ot without "it"?

    Quote Originally Posted by nyggus
    Hello, which one is better? -
    1. "From the above considerations follows that..."
    2. "From the above considerations it follows that..."
    Thanks in advance,
    Nyggus
    Number 2 is correct.

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    Default Re: With ot without "it"?

    We need 'it'.

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