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    Question Fully paid course... is it correct?

    Is it correct to say:

    Won scholarship from 1 on 20 for a fully paid course of 12 months inclusive of accommodation.


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    Re: Fully paid course... is it correct?

    Won scholarship from 1 on 20 for a fully paid course of 12 months inclusive of accommodation.
    Yes, it means the tuition for the course is paid. Some of the rest is mystery, however.

    Greg

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    Question Re: Fully paid course... is it correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by dragn View Post
    Yes, it means the tuition for the course is paid. Some of the rest is mystery, however.

    Greg
    Thank you for your help, Greg.

    Perhaps, I made a mistake, using on instead of in between 1 and 20, it should be:

    Won scholarship from 1 in 20 for a fully paid course of 12 months inclusive of accommodation.

    Can you help me to understand what is mystery in some of the rest?

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