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Subject:Re: "they" and a bit... From:BurkBrick -at- AOL -dot- COM Date:Fri, 3 Jun 1994 10:24:18 EDT
>What's the matter with "You must ensure your password is correct"?
I use "Make sure your password is correct." I think "make sure" is a more
comfortable phrase for people. It's used by mothers everywhere - "Make sure
your bed is made before you leave for school!" At least, my mom never said,
"Ensure your bed is made."