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    #1

    socialist or socialistic

    IŽd like to ask what the difference is between socialist and socialistic
    thanks in advance
    Peter


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    #2

    Re: socialist or socialistic

    When we talk about socialist,we talk of someone who socialise.
    Then,when it comes to socialistic,it means someone is socialising.

    Thanks

    Mfundo.


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    #3

    Re: socialist or socialistic

    Hi,
    Thanks for your help. Can I ask you for some examples?
    Petr

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    #4

    Re: socialist or socialistic

    For me socialist is a politcal term for the eperson and socialistic is an adjective for those with socialist ideas, but not much used.

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    #5

    Re: socialist or socialistic

    Quote Originally Posted by petr
    IŽd like to ask what the difference is between socialist and socialistic
    thanks in advance
    Peter
    HI! I think you made wrong grammar on your question. Is'nt it "I'd like to ask what is the difference between socialist and socialistic"
    Correct me if I'm wrong
    I'm also a beginner trying to help..

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