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What is the difference between 'atleast' and 'at least'? Which is correct? or are both correct?


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Keith Abt (FatFreddysCat) says

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4 years ago
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    Savio Koman (Savio Dawson) 4 years ago

    Thanks!

    In fact, I come across it many times during e-mail communication in office.. So the question.


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Linda Rawlinson (Lady Wordsmith) says

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4 years ago
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    Savio Koman (Savio Dawson) 4 years ago

    At least, I agree with you :) Thanks for your response Lady Wordsmith!

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4 years ago
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    Savio Koman (Savio Dawson) 4 years ago

    There are more actually... How bout "infact"... I have seen their use and know it is on erroneous side... But then better get clarified than don't .... Thanks alancaster149... I will give it a shot five years hence... Stay on hubpages till then... :)


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PatriciaTL says

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4 years ago
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    Savio Koman (Savio Dawson) 4 years ago

    Thanks Patricia!

    In fact, there are many words outside print which may find its way in to English.. Like updating, rebooting (not yet)... Atleast is something I find people use more in our corporate informal communication..

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4 years ago
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    Savio Koman (Savio Dawson) 4 years ago

    So, the obvious inference is that my English teacher was not good.... :))))

    Thanks Examiner-1 for your response!!


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Poon Poi Ming (WalterPoon) says

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4 years ago
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    Savio Koman (Savio Dawson) 4 years ago

    Honestly, I couldn't see the typo, until the clarification.. Thanks for the response!!

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4 years ago
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    Savio Koman (Savio Dawson) 4 years ago

    Hi Twilight Lawns,

    This is a loosely used word in our corporate communication. Informal one liners we send to our colleagues or receive from them.... That is where.. I knew atleast seemed a suspect but now have it clarified.

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4 years ago
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    Savio Koman (Savio Dawson) 4 years ago

    Thanks Sue Bailey!! I now follow it.. In fact, thanks to the response of the community, I went back and checked my yet unpublished book and sure enough found a lot of the erroneously spelled one...

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Mercia Collins says

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4 years ago
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    Savio Koman (Savio Dawson) 4 years ago

    Thanks Mercia for the help!

    The grammar check does show atleast underlined in red.. But the question was the liberal use of it in this form, irrespective... Anyways thanks for stopping by..


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4 years ago
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    Savio Koman (Savio Dawson) 4 years ago

    Thanks JThomp42!!

    I wanted to ensure that I got it right, when I am writing articles here..