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    Quick question, please.

    If I said the opinion 'we learnt so much more' applied to today's meeting rather than last weeks meeting does this mean more was learnt in today's meeting? It does doesn't it? Sorry If this is a really simple. Thanks.

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    Re: Quick question, please.

    Quote Originally Posted by richuk View Post
    If I said the opinion 'we learnt so much more' applied to today's meeting rather than last weeks meeting does this mean more was learnt in today's meeting? It does doesn't it? Sorry If this is a really simple. Thanks.
    Quick answer: yes!

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