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Hi,

Background:
I gain exemptions from 3 professional exams of the Institute of Accountancies.
1 exemption for each exam.
So, I got 3 exmeptions.

Which sentences are suitcase for the background above?

Hi,

Background:
I gain exemptions from 3 professional exams of the Institute of Accountancies.
1 exemption for each exam.
So, I got 3 exmeptions.

Which sentences are suitcase for the background above?

Sentence1:
I got 3 exemptions from the accounting exams .

Sentence2:
I got exemptions from 3 accounting exams.

Thanks

Thanks
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Hi, uktous,
Could you give a reference for your use of "suitcase"? I've never heard it.
(Do you possibly mean "suitable"?)
I know "suitcase" only as a case in which you carry your suits.

Thanks, - A. Emotion: smile
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Hi,

Sentence1:
I got 3 exemptions from the accounting exams .


Sentence2:
I got exemptions from 3 accounting exams.

You can say it both ways. In both cases, it sounds like there are more than three exams in total.

Clive
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Oh, I am sorry.

I wanted to write "suitable".
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Sorry, uktous. The strange repetition of the first five lines threw me a curve. I assumed they were somehow different. Too tired, I guess.