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    "similiar threads"

    After I have posted a question through "ask a teacher". There is always a replied page showing my question has been sent with the column at the bottom of the page named "similiar threads" which I found very very helpful.

    May I know whether I can get access to the "similiar threads" or whatever way to read the past thread which is relevant to my question before I choose the "ask a teacher" in order to :
    • save the work from the moderator
    • shorten the time to get the answer
    • see more about all related information and references.

    Tks / ju

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    Re: "similiar threads"

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    After I have posted a question through "ask a teacher". There is always a replied page showing my question has been sent with the column at the bottom of the page named "similiar threads" which I found very very helpful.

    May I know whether I can get access to the "similiar threads" or whatever way to read the past thread which is relevant to my question before I choose the "ask a teacher" in order to :
    • save the work from the moderator
    • shorten the time to get the answer
    • see more about all related information and references.

    Tks / ju
    You could write your question in the search box at the top of the page and press the "search" button.

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    Re: "similiar threads"

    And you can also try searching the tags: UsingEnglish.com ESL Forum - Tags

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