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    #1

    such as

    1-It was a bag such as a doctor carries.
    2-It was a stethescope, such as a doctor uses.

    I am pretty sure the first sentence is correct. Here we are defining a kind of bag. But is the second one, with a comma, correct? Here we are not defining a particular kind of stethescope.
    Last edited by navi tasan; 05-Oct-2010 at 12:07.


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    Re: such as

    Quote Originally Posted by navi tasan View Post
    1-It was a bag such as a doctor carries.
    2-It was a stethescope, such as a doctor uses.

    I am pretty sure the first sentence is correct. Here we are defining a kind of bag. But is the second one, with a comma, correct? Here we are not defining a particular kind of stethescope.
    The comma does not seem correct here

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