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    Put on Halt

    I have put my exam preparation on halt.

    Is the sentence correct to convey the meaning that I am not preparing for my exam now.

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    Re: Put on Halt

    If you intend to resume your exam preparations later, say 'I have put my exam preparation on pause'.

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    Re: Put on Halt

    ... or on hold.

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