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    judged/ judging/ to judge from (by)

    Judging/ Judged/ To judge from (or: by) her last letter, they are having a wonderful time.

    Do all the 6 phrases of 'judge' mean the same thing?

    Could I ask native English teachers to help me please? Thank you very much.


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    Re: judged/ judging/ to judge from (by)

    Judging by
    Judged by
    To judge from

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    Re: judged/ judging/ to judge from (by)

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Judging by
    Judged by
    To judge from
    Thank you, Anglica.

    LONGMAN 4 edition, judge2:
    judging by/ from: Judging from what you say in your letter, you don't sound well.
    MACMILLAN also has in it the phrases of 'judging by/from'.
    And I found a lot of 'to judge by's in BNC.

    That's why I asked the question. Hoping you can help me further.
    Thank you again.
    Last edited by joham; 03-Apr-2008 at 02:23. Reason: something added.

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