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    The Difference Between Two Phrases

    Hello,everyone! This is my first time to say something here. Today, I have a touble when I'm writing a passage on my homework. While I make examples in my wring, I confuse that using "on the one hand"or"on one hand"here. I want to know which phrase is correct in English?

    I guess that"on one hand"can use without any set phrases. Howerer, I frequently use set phrases"on the one hand,...on the other hand" in my wring. I believe that the later phrase can make my sentences more elegantly and clearly.

    If you solve my question, I appreciate it very much. Looking forward to your reply. Thank you again.

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    Re: The Difference Between Two Phrases

    We're getting a lot of questions from your class on this:

    https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/t...ect-in-English

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    Re: The Difference Between Two Phrases

    Perhaps you could tell your classmates that it is not necessary for every student to post an identical question on this forum. You should check to see if your question has already been asked and answered.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: The Difference Between Two Phrases

    It would make finding the discussion that answers it easier.

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