Student or Learner
please check the following sentences if they are correct:
as long as you like your party dress i have no objection.
as far as her hair are concerned i really don't like them .
do they used in the same sense or have some difference..
As long as you like your party dress I have no objection.
as long as - since
As far as her hair is concerned, I really don't like it.
as far as - to the extent that
They have different meanings.
not a teacher
i am comfused with thier usage.to me they make same sense.can u please explain me their usage and how they are different form one another...