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    #1

    Different wording

    Friend:-He has done it.

    Me:- It has been done by him.

    Friend:-"You have used differnt wording for the thing that I just told you". Is it correct?

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    Re: Different wording

    Yes, they have the same meaning, but yours is not an improvement.

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