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    Question some doubts

    Hi, is the connector "unless" appropiate in the following sentence?
    "I'll be working here unless I win the lottery"
    And, does the word "billable" exist? E.g. "The minimum billable is ..."
    Thanks in advance

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    Re: some doubts

    Quote Originally Posted by luciar View Post
    Hi, is the connector "unless" appropiate in the following sentence?
    "I'll be working here unless I win the lottery" Yes,this is true!
    And, does the word "billable" exist? No!! E.g. "The minimum bill is ..."
    Thanks in advance
    P


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    Re: some doubts

    'billable' is the adjective, as in a law firm having 'billable clients'.

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