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    difference between fund and funding as nouns

    Hi All, could anyone please tell me the difference between 'funding' and 'fund' as nouns? For example, should I say: 'I need some funding to support my research' or 'I need some fund to support my research'? Thanks

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    Re: difference between fund and funding as nouns

    Quote Originally Posted by xupeng66 View Post
    Hi All, could anyone please tell me the difference between 'funding' and 'fund' as nouns? For example, should I say: 'I need some funding to support my research' or 'I need some fund to support my research'? Thanks
    You could use "funding" or "funds".

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