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Reply Sun 29 Mar, 2015 10:48 am
What are the differences between 1 and 2?

1) a pound or two
2) one or two pounds.
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Reply Sun 29 Mar, 2015 11:05 am
They could be used to mean the same thing, "a weight (or sum of money) not much less than one pound and not much more than two pounds" or else possibly "one or two pounds" could mean ""a weight (or sum of money) of exactly one pound or exactly two pounds".




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Reply Sun 29 Mar, 2015 01:09 pm
@contrex,
Thanks a lot. I really grateful to you.
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