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    except and except for

    can u teachers tell me the difference , please?

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    #2

    Re: except and except for

    Quote Originally Posted by dogg View Post
    can u teachers tell me the difference , please?
    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/except


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    Re: except and except for

    1. I can't remember anyhting accept/accept for the pain after the operation.

    why?

    2. The weather was awful accept/ accept for in the south.

    and why?
    thx


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    #4

    Re: except and except for

    1. The weather was awful accept/accept for in the south.

    why?

    2. I can't remember anything accept/accept for the pain after the
    operation.

    why?


    Thank you.


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    Re: except and except for

    1. The weather was awful accep/ accept for in the south.

    and why?

    2. I can't remember anything accept/accept for the pain after the operation

    why?

    Thank you

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    #6

    Re: except and except for

    Quote Originally Posted by dogg View Post
    1. I can't remember anyhting accept/accept for the pain after the operation.

    why?

    2. The weather was awful accept/ accept for in the south.

    and why?
    thx
    * I think you mean except not accept

    I would say: (based on the definition given in the dictionary)

    1. I can't remember anything except the pain after the operation.

    2. The weather was awful except in the south.



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    Re: except and except for

    1. The weather was awful accept/accept for in the south.

    2. i cant remember anything accept/ accept for the pain after the operation.

    why?

    Thank you


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    #8

    Re: except and except for

    there must be a problem with my comp. sorry about the re-posting

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    #9

    Re: except and except for

    again:

    * I think you mean except not accept

    I would say: (based on the definition given in the dictionary)

    1. I can't remember anything except the pain after the operation.

    2. The weather was awful except in the south.



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    #10

    Re: except and except for

    yes except, but i kinda really need the reasons for those choices

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