Student or Learner
what is the diffrence between :
- .. the cable which is coming out of the wall ....
- .. the cable which is coming off of the wall ....
- ... print it out ...
- ... Print it off ...
Last edited by sh.hazeri; 16-Jun-2010 at 23:35.
to produce a printed copy of a document that has been written on a computer:
Could you print out a copy of that letter for me?
On the other hand, print off has a general application, meaning: to print a number of copies of something;
We can print 1000 copies of the cards off while you wait if you like.
And don't forget that "to print" is perfectly fine on its own too. In context, it would be clear what you were doing or wanted someone else to do.
I've emailed you a photo. Can you print it?
I'm going to print this webpage so I can take it with me.