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She was fired for many reasons--one being (that) she sent heaps of personal emails.

She was fired for many reasons--one of which was she sent heaps of personal emails.

She was fired for many reasons--for example, she sent heaps of personal emails.

Do accept all and have a preference? PLease share.

Thank you kindly
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Hi,
She was fired for many reasons--one being (that) she sent heaps of personal emails.

She was fired for many reasons--one of which was she sent heaps of personal emails.

She was fired for many reasons--for example, she sent heaps of personal emails.

Do accept all Yes, although personally I'd replacet he dashes with, respectively, a comma, a comma, and a period.
and have a preference? Not really. I think #3 would be the most common.

PLease share.

You're more likely to hear eg 'a lot of' than 'heaps'.

Clive
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Makes sense to me, Clive. Thanks.
Hi,

You seem mellow today. No 'why, why, why?' responses in any threads? Emotion: stick out tongue

Clive
Maybe I've acquired enough knowledge thanks to you guys to answer the second and third questions I would have previously asked myself... Or maybe I'm asking more straightfoward questions today.
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