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    #1

    nearly and almost

    Dear teachers,

    Is there any difference between "I haven't heard from him for nearly a year" and "I have heard from him for almost a year"?

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Thank you in advance.

    Jiang


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    #2

    Re: nearly and almost

    Assuming you made a typo and meant to write "I haven't heard from him for almost a year", there is no difference.

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    Re: nearly and almost


    Hi Coffa,

    Thank you very much for your explanation. Now I see.

    Best wishes,

    Jiang
    Quote Originally Posted by Coffa
    Assuming you made a typo and meant to write "I haven't heard from him for almost a year", there is no difference.

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