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    I used MS Word to complete

    Hi,

    Sentence:
    I used MS Word to complete some projects, such as A B and C, and I obtained excellent results for them.

    Question1:
    Can I omit the second "I"?
    Question2:
    Could you please suggest some words to replace "used"?
    Question3:
    Could you please suggest some words to replace "complete"?


    Thanks

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    Re: I used MS Word to complete

    Quote Originally Posted by uktous View Post
    Hi,

    Sentence:
    I used MS Word to complete some projects, such as A B and C, and I obtained excellent results for them.

    Question1:
    Can I omit the second "I"?
    Question2:
    Could you please suggest some words to replace "used"?
    Question3:
    Could you please suggest some words to replace "complete"?


    Thanks
    1. Yes, you can omit the second 'I'. "I used MS Word, and obtained excellent results."
    2. 'used' is fine.
    3. write, write up.

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