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    Tomthegreat Guest

    Which sentance sounds correct?

    Not continuing with office and ram install because of the above problem?

    Not continuing with office and ram install because of the problem above?

    My work mate and me are fighting cause we dont know which one sounds correct, mind you i am much smarter then him and i think the 1st one is correct.

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    riverkid is offline Banned
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    Re: Which sentance sounds correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomthegreat View Post
    Not continuing with office and ram install because of the above problem?

    Not continuing with office and ram install because of the problem above?

    My work mate and me are fighting cause we dont know which one sounds correct, mind you i am much smarter then him and i think the 1st one is correct.
    Though I too, have my preference, I'd say that both work. I can't think of any prohibition that would rule one or the other out.

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    Re: Which sentance sounds correct?

    I suppose only the first one is Ok.

    This is what Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary says:

    adj. [only before noun] mentioned or printed previously in a letter, book, etc.: Please write to us at the above address.

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