Try writing a few sentences yourself. Then we will comment.
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How to use the phrase 'as of'? Thanks a lot.
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I would advise against "as of" altogether, because it's used to mean two incompatible things.
You will see, "As of yesterday, we had raised $5,000." That means "up until yesterday", or "by yesterday", not "since yesterday."
Your examples would clearer with a simple pronoun like "on, from, on or after" respectively. There's never a need for 'as of'.
Thank you all.
For this sentence, "As of last month, we have raised $5,000." I really cannot catch its meaning.