alucky
from today on , as of today , starting today difference !? 1.from today on (forever ? not short-term ?) 2.as of today 3.starting today (used in forever and short-term?)
Mar 20, 2010 8:33 AM
Answers · 2
They are all correct and mean basically the same thing - "beginning today and continuing after." Whether it is long or short-term depends on the situation. Usually it means long-term.
March 20, 2010
Hi, you can use all 3.
March 20, 2010
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