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    Particular, certain , stated

    Hi Again.

    I would like to know when to use on Particular , Certain , or even stated , it always makes me confuse, Becuase there are descibe something.

    Maybe is there any rule for them?

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    Re: Particular, certain , stated

    Quote Originally Posted by Mero3004 View Post
    Hi Again. Unnecessary.

    I would like to know when to use on 'particular', 'certain', or even 'stated'. It always makes me confuse confuses me, because they are describing something.

    Maybe is there any rule for them?
    Don't leave a space after a comma.

    Please write one or two complete sentences for us to consider.

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    Re: Particular, certain , stated

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Don't leave a space before after a comma.
    I think you meant to write the above.
    I am not a teacher.

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