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  1. Nijeana
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    Doubts are removed or cleared up

    How would you say?

    "All my doubts will be removed." or "All my doubts will be cleared up."

    Or maybe you have a better suggestion.

    Cheers!

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    Re: Doubts are removed or cleared up

    Quote Originally Posted by Nijeana View Post
    How would you say this? (Or "Which of these would you use?)

    "All my doubts will be removed" or "All my doubts will be cleared up."

    Or maybe Do you have a better suggestion?

    Cheers! Unnecessary. Thank us after you receive a helpful answer, by clicking on the "Thank" button.
    Of your two suggestions, I would use "cleared up"
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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