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    specific name

    Hi teachers,

    Please correct the following sentences. Didi I use the "specific" word correctly because if I have a site about English but its name is different.

    "After taking a lot of consideration, we reached a conclusion that we should change our name to a more specific name. From now on, we are XXX."

    Many thanks in advance.
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    Re: specific name

    It depends on the name, but it could work. However, I would say After taking a lot into consideration.

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