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    Ju is offline Key Member
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    Concentrate and forcus

    1. Please forcus at your work.

    2. Please concentrate at your work.

    A. Are the above sentences grammatical?
    B. Do they mean the same?

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    bubbha is offline Senior Member
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    Re: Concentrate and forcus

    First, it's spelled "focus", not "forcus".

    Second, in both sentences, replace "at" with "on".

    Then they will be grammatical. And yes, they mean the same thing.
    NOT A TEACHER. Translator and editor, and I hold a TESOL certificate. Native speaker of American English (West Coast)

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