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    Introduction.

    Hello Friends,
    I am Sheela,teaching English to Junior College students in Mumbai. It's fun to be in this site and I will be happy to interact with you. I would like to go in depth in this subject so that I can teach my students better
    luv Sheela

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Re: Introduction.

    Welcome, Sheela.

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    Re: Introduction.

    dear m'm,
    i am an student of t.y.b.a. . i am trying to improve my english . could you please help me out. i'll send my queries to you please answer them.
    my first question is : is it right to use 'Mrs.' as an abbreviation of 'Misses'?
    some newspapers like 'THE HINDU' use 'Ms.' instead of 'Mrs.'. please tell me in detail.

    mailadam2006@yahoo.co.in

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    Tdol is offline Editor, UsingEnglish.com
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    Re: Introduction.

    Mrs = married woman
    Ms = married or single woman
    Miss = single woman

    I make no distinction between married or single men (Mr) or women (Ms), so I follow the pattern used by The Hindu.

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