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    #1

    based on / from / in my experience

    Are the sentences below correct? Thank you.

    1. Based on my experience, he will never return the money he borrows.
    2. From my experience, he will never return the money he borrows.
    3. In my experience, he will never return the money he borrows.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 01-Jun-2013 at 08:01. Reason: Numbering questions correctly.

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    Re: based on / from / in my experience

    The first 2 are fine.
    In the third, one I prefer "In my experience he never returns the money he borrows."

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    #3
    To me all three are equivalent. In speech I tend to use 3.

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