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    Post s.t/s.o./NB

    When I was reading a book of 'Grammar', I saw the following abbreviation:

    s.t.
    s.o.
    NB

    I don't know what they mean.

    Please help.

    thanks..

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    Re: s.t/s.o./NB

    Quote Originally Posted by mamen View Post
    When I was reading a book of 'Grammar', I saw the following abbreviation:

    s.t.
    s.o.
    NB

    I don't know what they mean.

    Please help.

    thanks..
    A book would generally not use abbreviations like this without having a list of abbreviations at the front of the book, perhaps in the preface.
    Probably s.t. = something, s.o. = someone, NB = Nota bene = Note well!.

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