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    as written

    I need your expertise to enlighten me the following sentences:

    As I have written/ mentioned, there is nothing to add. Can I write " as written/mentioned" instead of " as I have written." I mean without "I and have"

    If not, why?

    And when is this pattern used because I've seen writng this pattern.

    And what does " To whom it may concern" really mean?

    Thank a lot. Thank.....

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    Re: as written

    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    I need your expertise to enlighten me the following sentences:

    As I have written/ mentioned, there is nothing to add. Can I write " as written/mentioned" instead of " as I have written." I mean without "I and have"

    If not, why?

    And when is this pattern used because I've seen writng this pattern.
    When you use "I" that which was written was written by you. When you skip "I" it just refers to the item having been written or mentioned -- usually by a third party.

    And what does " To whom it may concern" really mean?

    Thank a lot. Thank.....
    It means that the letter/memo has been written to anyone who has an interest in the writing. We use it when we do not know a specific person or title to write to. :wink:

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