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  1. rprocopio8
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    Refering to something above...

    What is the correct to write:
    "as follow" or "as follows"...

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    Re: Refering to something above...

    Quote Originally Posted by rprocopio8 View Post
    What is the correct to write:
    "as follow" or "as follows"...

    It is correct to write "as follows." It refers to something that is listed next and NOT to something above.

    Ex: The names of the attendees are as follows:
    Tom, Bob, Kathy...

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