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  1. Junior Member
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    Smile As of? As for? As at?

    Hi to all my dear friends,
    I'm really honored to receive your replies.
    I've another question that is always bugging me all the time.
    Why we use " As of yesterday...." or "As at 10th December...." or " As for today...."
    Please help,thanks!

    "Say NO to wars, save our future generations"

  2. Soup's Avatar
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    Re: As of? As for? As at?

    As of; e.g., As of today means Beginning today ... .
    As for; e.g., As for today means Regarding today ...
    As at; e.g., The rate as at the close of business today means at a particular time, as it/the balance stood at that time.


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