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    Another formal/informal qustion on "on par"

    Phrases: above/below/under par, 'on a par with' and 'up to par', are these formal ones? May I use them in my formal essay writing?

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    Re: Another formal/informal qustion on "on par"

    Yes, in the right contexts.

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