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Vanessa García
Not only - but/ also 1)This can work not only when feeling down, but with any goal you may have in mind. 2)This can work not only when feeling down, but ALSO with any goal you may have in mind. Is there any difference between 1) and 2) ? Thanks in advance :)
Mar 4, 2014 12:39 AM
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Either way is fine. It sounds a little smoother without the "also" in there.
March 4, 2014
actually i thnk the second is true one ,, but i dunno exactly i think maybe just sometimes in sentence they dont write it! but the same! im not sure
March 4, 2014
Not really. i think the first sounds better. i think you need a comma. This can work, not only when feeling down
March 4, 2014
Vanessa García
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