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    Question As usual and As before

    I always hear about say: As usual,........ and I know "as before" also is a correct expression.what's more,the meaning are the similiar to each other.

    I want to know how to distinguish between them?When we should say "As before" and whem we should say "As usual"?

    Thanks a lot

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    Re: As usual and As before

    They're not the same to me- as usual = in the normal manner as before = in the same way as previously


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    Re: As usual and As before

    Ok,I see.Thanks

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