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    Cool sign in vs sign up

    hi.what is the difference between sign in and sign up?

    thank you.

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    Re: sign in vs sign up

    Quote Originally Posted by adullstudent View Post
    hi.what is the difference between sign in and sign up?
    thank you.

    Sign in is what you do when you enter a hotel, a meeting or another situation where people want a record of the visitors.

    Sign up is when you join something, such as a club, or if you sign your name on a petition, although in the latter case sign up to is also common.


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    Re: sign in vs sign up

    Quote Originally Posted by adullstudent View Post
    hi.what is the difference between sign in and sign up?
    thank you.
    See here http://www.usingenglish.com/referenc...l-verbs/s.html

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