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    Inclusive/ Included

    How are they different?

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    Re: Inclusive/ Included

    Anybody offer their help?


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    Re: Inclusive/ Included

    Quote Originally Posted by Belly T View Post
    Anybody offer their help?
    inclusive is an adjective, included is a past participle form (verb)

    Compare:

    The trip costs 500 dollars, insurance included.
    The trip costs 500, inclusive of insurance.

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