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    What is the different between

    "to cut some woods" and "to cut some firewood"

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    Re: WOOD

    As an NES but not a teacher, "to cut some woods" is inappropriate, as "woods" would have the meaning of small forrests. "Wood" would be OK.

    We would normally "chop" some firewood, once the tree has been cut into appropriate sized logs.

    Hope this helps

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