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    Beyond our expectation

    Hi there,
    If "somethings comes beyond our expectation", does it carry the positive meaning? (more than expected)
    For example: What we get after the 5-day exhibition is beyond our expectation

    Many thanks

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    Re: Beyond our expectation

    Quote Originally Posted by nguyenphuong View Post
    Hi there,
    If "somethings comes beyond our expectation", does it carry the positive meaning? (more than expected)
    For example: What we get after the 5-day exhibition is beyond our expectation

    Many thanks
    Yes, 'beyond our expectations' is positive.


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    Re: Beyond our expectation

    Thank you very much.
    I am sure to have much more to ask for your advice.

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