i really need other ways to say: 'as I mentioned before'!!
AIMB abbreviation stands for As I Mentioned Before
Technical goals for the year: As for my technical goals for this year is to dive deep and learn how software works and how to create my software someday. As I mentioned before I want to learn the Business side of I.T the ins and outs. when entering this field I want to know what to look forward to and what to avoid.
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The question is what do you do in your free time and i have just been talking about sport, so instead of saying again 'i play basketball' i want to say, as i mentioned before i play basketball' or 'like i said earlier' something to that effect.Both correct, but they have different purposes. "As I mentioned before" indicates that you are referring to a specific time when you mentioned something before -- likely the only time you mentioned that thing before. "As I've mentioned before" implies that you have mentioned this thing various times in the past."As I previously mentioned" is better, but a second problem is "previously." It's an ugly, writerly adverb. You would never talk like that, would you? You'd probably say something like "as I mentioned earlier" or "as I mentioned before."As I mentioned before, even the most famous of moms isn’t immune from everything, and one thing you may feel right away is an unassailable guilt Then their flight was delayed two hours, meaning they missed even more classes on the first day of the spring semesterDuncan Hines was a real man (he died in 1959 at the age of 78) and Chef Boyardee was named for founder Ettore Boiardi, but Betty Crocker, Uncle Ben and Aunt Jemima were only characters And the news could come just as swiftly