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    #1

    never

    Hello, everyone
    Please tell me whether the two sentences below are acceptable. Thank you.

    I have never seen the TV series once.

    I am fond of the TV series very much.

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    Re: never

    Quote Originally Posted by lisa666 View Post
    I have never seen the TV series once.
    Can "once" be omitted?
    Quote Originally Posted by lisa666 View Post
    I am fond of the TV series very much.
    May I say "I am very fond of the TV series"?
    Last edited by Matthew Wai; 18-Feb-2014 at 15:17.

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    Re: never

    Quote Originally Posted by Matthew Wai View Post
    Can "once" be omitted?

    May I say "I am very fond of the TV series"?
    Yes, omit "once."

    Yes, "I am very fond" is the natural way.

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