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    Question Except or Except for

    Dear sir or madam,

    I have a question pertaining the difference between "Except" and "Except for".
    I find out that sometimes we tend to say "Except" and sometimes we tend to say "Except for". I have searched the dictionary already, but there have been no real difference. The dictionary I use gives the only the the meaning of "Except" and beside the entry, the author put only remark "Also Except for". So it means that both are the same and exchangeable. But when I tried to do the test on this website, I notcied that "Except" is different from "Except for", but I still don't know what it is.

    Thank you for your answer.

    Regards,

    Vatana

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