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revised Difference between «so that» and «such that»
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comment Difference between «so that» and «such that»
I just stumbled over this: Paint it red so (that?) people see it vs. Paint it such that people see it – is this the same situation, and can that be used in the first expression?
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comment “Sold” in the meaning of “bought”?
@Unreason I will eventually learn the unicode number by heart :D (Firefox allows to enter Unicode with Shift-Ctrl-u 201c Enter, for example).
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comment “Sold” in the meaning of “bought”?
That also explains why I did not find it in my Oxford dictionary! Thank you for the answer.
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comment “Sold” in the meaning of “bought”?
@Unreason But these (") are not english quotation marks, these are inch/zoll characters.
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comment “Sold” in the meaning of “bought”?
@Jez I know, but the correct quotes are not directly on my keyboard, whereas the Swiss ones are :)
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comment Difference between «so that» and «such that»
Also thank you for the explanation :)