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    Default hear or learn

    Wish is proper useage..sorry to hear of your father's passing or sorry to learn of your father's passing..thanks.

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    I would use 'to learn of your father's passing away'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    I would use 'to learn of your father's passing away'.
    Thanks for the reply and my apologies for not reviewing my question and correcting the spelling before posting.

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    You're welcome.

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