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    Smile difference between predicate on and ground on

    Dear Teachers,
    I would like to know the difference between predicate on and ground on and whether it is correct and common to use the former? If not why?
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    Hussein Karamyar

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    Re: difference between predicate on and ground on

    Welcome to the forum.

    Please write a complete sentence using the former.

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    Re: difference between predicate on and ground on

    Quote Originally Posted by husseinkaramyar View Post
    Dear teachers, (It is not necessary to be so formal.)
    I would like to know the difference between "predicate on" and "ground on" and whether it is correct and common to use the former? If not, why not?
    Thank you.
    Hussein Karamyar Unnecessary. We can see your username.
    Welcome to the forum.

    Please note my corrections above. There is no need to open a post as if you're writing a formal letter. If you want to say something as a greeting, just say "Hello". There is no need to capitalise "teachers". Please enclose words/phrases you are querying in quotation marks.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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