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    #1

    Inclusive or Including

    Hi,


    I'm quite confuse how to use both these two words in writing especially in formal letter or memo. Any one can help me..??

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    Re: Inclusive or Including

    'Inclusive' and 'including' are different parts of speech.

    1. 'Inclusive' is an adjective; often a predicate adjective.

    The list you have is all inclusive. (It includes everything.)

    2. 'Including' is the present participle of 'include.'

    I'm including my name on the list.

    3. It can also be used as a gerund.

    Including you, there will be seven people at the meeting.

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