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    #1

    as usage

    Are these sentences correct:

    1-You know your family members as they behave within the family circle and their co-workers know them as they behave in their work environment. The two images are not necessarily the same.

    2-You know politicians as they appear in public, but you don't really know them as they really are.

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    Re: as usage

    They both appear correct.

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