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    #1

    Same as earlier

    If there is a number that is used for topping up the mobile. I have to take it from my friend but I am not sure whether it has been changed or not. So can I say "Has the number been changed or is it same as earlier"?.

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    #2

    Re: Same as earlier

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Additionally, as you have been told before, your sentence beginning with 'If' must not end with a full stop.
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    #3

    Re: Same as earlier

    I would use the same as before.

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