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    Once vs One more time

    What is the difference between Once and One more time?
    I'm going to repeat this once (or one more time). Please pay attention to it!

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    Re: Once vs One more time

    Quote Originally Posted by belly_ttt View Post
    What is the difference between Once and One more time?
    I'm going to repeat this once (or one more time). Please pay attention to it!
    I am only going to repeat this once and having done so, I might repeat it one more time.

    Once is 'one single time'. It only happened once.

    'One more time' is a single repetition of something that has already occurred.

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