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  1. markjuano
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    except for who don't know the answer

    1. I know there are:
    except for
    except from
    except with
    what do they mean?

    2.I like reading books
    I like to read books
    What do they differ ?thank you teachers.


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    Re: except for who don't know the answer

    Quote Originally Posted by markjuano View Post
    1. I know there are:
    except for Except for clementines, I do not like citrus fruit.
    except from The village has very little money except from the tourists who visit it.
    except with Except with a walking stick, Granny can't get about.
    what do they mean?

    They all mean "apart from this", the preposition indicating (a) this item is an exception; (b) this is obtained from someone/something; and (c) this item is needed


    2.I like reading books
    I like to read books
    How do they differ ? Essentially they mean the same.

    thank you teachers.
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