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    #1

    above-mentioned OR mentioned-above

    My dear and respected teachers,
    1: "above-mentioned OR mentioned-above" which one is correct?
    2: "First I'll scold him then I'll scald him." correct?
    3: "Tomorrow I'll be online at 11:00 p.m. according to Pakistan time." correct?

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    Smile Re: above-mentioned OR mentioned-above

    Quote Originally Posted by twilit1988 View Post
    My dear and respected teachers,
    1: "above-mentioned OR mentioned-above" which one is correct?
    Above-mentioned is the correct one. You can, however, say that something is mentioned above (not above mentioned)


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    Re: above-mentioned OR mentioned-above

    twilit,
    Delete "according to " in no. 3.

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