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    It has no difference from when

    Hi, If I say

    "It has no difference from when I told you about it.
    I would have told you if there was a change"

    Is that a right sentence? I am going to meet professor tomorrow and need to be polite...

    Thanks.

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    Re: It has no difference from when

    'It is no different from when I told you about it. I would have told you if there had been a change.'

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