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    as and when

    Please proofread my sentences.
    The cat hissed as the dog came near it.
    The cat hissed when the dog came near it.

    And one extra thing.
    What does "I'm on the edge of glory." from Lady Gaga mean?

    Thanks

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    Re: as and when

    Quote Originally Posted by novar View Post
    Please proofread my sentences.

    The cat hissed as the dog came near it.
    The cat hissed when the dog came near it.

    And one extra thing.
    What does "I'm on the edge of glory." from Lady Gaga mean?

    Thanks.
    See above.

    I'm not familiar with the Lady Gaga song but I would assume it means that she is close to being famous or close to achieving some incredible goal that she has been aiming for.

    In future, please ask unrelated questions in separate threads.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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