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    #1

    Question As such

    Hi, is it a correct use of "as such"?

    "A 'table' is a countable noun, and as such should be followed by an indefinite article when..."

    Thanks,
    Nyggus


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    #2

    Re: As such

    Yes, it's fine, and as such you shouldn't worry too much about this grammar.

    However, English is a complex language, and as such students should constantly study and practice their skills.

    Lastly, I am at my office, ostensibly working, and as such I must stop wasting time by posting in the forums.

    As such, I must say goodbye.

    As I am frequently called:
    Jesse

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    #3

    Re: As such

    Quote Originally Posted by JSmiley View Post
    Yes, it's fine, and as such you shouldn't worry too much about this grammar.

    However, English is a complex language, and as such students should constantly study and practice their skills.

    Lastly, I am at my office, ostensibly working, and as such I must stop wasting time by posting in the forums.

    As such, I must say goodbye.

    As I am frequently called:
    Jesse

    Your post was very thorough, and as such showed me everything I wanted to know.

    Nyggus
    Last edited by nyggus; 15-Nov-2006 at 13:52.


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    #4

    Thumbs up As far as I can tell....

    You got it!!

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