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  1. angliholic's Avatar
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    #1

    Smile You should take all the credits

    You're should take all the credits.
    It's all your credits.



    If you want to praise someone for doing something great, which of the above two should I use? Thanks.

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    Re: You should take all the credits

    "Credit" is a non-count noun when you mean praise or "glory."

    You deserve all the credit.

    [not a teacher]

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    Re: You should take all the credits

    Thanks, Barb.

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