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Hi :) I've been meeting a lot of statements with "No card is available" and "no card available". Since then, I've been wondering which one is the right one or maybe both of them are right, if it is what makes them different? Do they have different function or placement?
Thank you so much. xx
Last edited by xoleoni97; 19-Dec-2014 at 13:01.
Such as on phone notification "no card available" when your sim card is undetected.. and sorry about the dots, I made a mistake.. sorry
Last edited by xoleoni97; 19-Dec-2014 at 13:26.
On signs, in newspaper headlines, on text messages from computers brevity is often an important consideration.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.