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    Correct phrases?

    I got a new question:
    -80 percent of (the?)students passed the term.

    1-How do I make a question so that the asnwer would be just "80 percent".
    2-Does that sentence sound natural to you?or you say it in another way?
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    3-is it In the end or at the end?
    EDIT:4-Which one would you prefer to use?(If you don't use them commonly, what's the expression with te same meaning that would be natural and normal to use?)

    come what may---no matter what---whatever will be will be

    By expressions above I want to say something like: I don't care what might happen afterwards,it doesn't matter to me anymore.


    Many thanks in advance.
    Last edited by atlaisha; 16-Mar-2008 at 13:03.

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    Re: 4 questions

    Quote Originally Posted by atlaisha View Post
    I got a new question:
    -80 percent of (the?)students passed the term.

    1-How do I make a question so that the asnwer would be just "80 percent". What percentage of students completed the term?
    2-Does that sentence sound natural to you?or you say it in another way?
    80 per cent of students [all students] / the students [students in an single college] passed the exam / completed the term.
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    3-is it In the end or at the end?
    EDIT:4-Which one would you prefer to use?(If you don't use them commonly, what's the expression with te same meaning that would be natural and normal to use?)
    ?context


    come what may---no matter what---whatever will be will be

    By expressions above I want to say something like: I don't care what might happen afterwards,it doesn't matter to me any more.

    All would say this.


    Many thanks in advance.
    .

    I have moved this as it seems to be a new thread.

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