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    Giving recommendations on where to visit in California. I say: Don't take my word f

    Giving recommendations on where to visit in California. I say:

    Don't take my word for it, as I've only lived in San Francisco, and that was many years ago.

    Can the above sentence be used?

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    Re: Giving recommendations on where to visit in California. I say: Don't take my wo

    Yes, it can.

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