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# Explaination of when to use As vs Such

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28 Jun 2007, 07:31
I originally wanted a explanation but now found one. Posting for reference:

Like: Used to compare people/things
As: Used to compare clauses (Any phrase that includes a verb)
Such As: For Example....

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Re: Explaination of when to use As vs Such [#permalink]

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28 Jun 2007, 10:46
jimmyjamesdonkey wrote:
I originally wanted a explanation but now found one. Posting for reference:

Like: Used to compare people/things
As: Used to compare clauses (Any phrase that includes a verb)
Such As: For Example....

correct.

be careful with such as. it sometimes has a middle man to distract you.

Example:
There were many toy recalls in such categories as Barbie dolls, yo-yos, and marbles.

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