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Which grammar is better: just say or just say? 3

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Suffice it to say that it sounds better (and is more common here in Scotland). In the UK, suffice it to say that it is more common (and I mistyped it because suffice it to say).

The phrase you are looking for in English is enough to pronounce s. Safe because it says what it means, it just says.

From French, C, for coffee / legate, then FEE / = is enough.

that's enough?

That is all that can be said.

Urbanvaqu is technically correct, but practically incorrect because no one says the saying is enough. The most common and understandable way is to be safe, because just say it.

As far as correct English is concerned, this is not the English phrase you are looking for ... As part of this discussion, a small but strong correction is appropriate.

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Which grammar is better: just say or just say?

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Suffice it to say that this is true. This is an example of a phrase that is no longer commonly used, except for such impressions. Literally it means just saying or pretending to say.

Suffice it to say that you will hear more of this phrase. Suffice it to say, not technically incorrect, that many language writers consider it ancient.

Is it fair to say that just saying something is not enough?

Everyone always says no! Will be enough. Similar but different. I can understand the interpretation, but suffice it to say that it is wrong.

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