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  1. Banned
    Interested in Language
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    #1

    except or except for?

    I'm a bit confused when to use 'except' and when to use 'except for'?
    Are there any clear rules or are these two expressions more or less interchangeable?

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    Retired English Teacher
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    #2

    Re: except or except for?

    Click here to read many earlier threads on this topic.

    Ask again if you have any specific questions.

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