what's another way to say 'as i mentioned before'?

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i really need other ways to say: 'as I mentioned before'!!

As I mentioned you one of restaurant staff try to open door from different key

AIMB abbreviation stands for As I Mentioned Before

"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."

what's another way to say 'as i mentioned before'

Presumably, whatever you write after "as I previously mentioned" is a repetition of whatever you previously mentioned: "As I previously mentioned, cows are mammals." What't the point of the starting clause? Why not just write. "Cows are mammals" or "Since cows are mammals, ..."?

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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.Ben's got it right. 'As I mentioned before' refers to some specific time, likely one the listener can recall from the recent past (probably during the speaker's speech). 'As I've mentioned before' likely refers to something that may have been said quite some time in the past. Just a rule of thumb.I could be wrong but I'm guessing that your confusion comes from the contraction of "I have" to "I've" which makes that verb phrase look kind of like a pronoun in writing. Think: "as I have mentioned" instead of "as I've mentioned." As for their usage, I remember from when I studied French and we learned the imperfect and perfect tenses, we were taught that there's no black and white about when to use which. In this case we're dealing with the simple past and the perfect, but I think that it's the same kind of situation: the differences between the two are slight and nuanced and there's no rule book about when to use which.I’m actually going to disagree with you (in a friendly way!) on this point. I think that part of the key to creating a thriving business is that when you don’t have work, you market like crazy, or you try to get informational interviews with clients, or you read up on your specializations, or take a Mooc, or something. During my first couple of years in business, I set a number of hours per week or day that I wanted to work, and if I had little or no work, I did one of the tasks I mentioned above. I think that if you’re waiting around for work to find you, it’s going to be hard to get your business up to speed.Glad you visited this page with a sentence for mentioned. Perhaps also see a and ways to . Now that you’ve seen how to use mentioned in a sentence hope you might explore the rest of this educational reference site to see many other example sentences which provide word usage information.People looking for: "examples of sentences in as i mentioned before", "i need a sentence for mentioned", "sentence for mentioned", "sentence on mentioned", "using mentioned", visited this page.As I mentioned earlier, BBC Media Action sent a couple of people to the UN Climate Conference in Lima this month. I would stress that these were listed by the UN under “Non-Governmental Organisations”, and not media. The BBC, of course, plenty of journalists etc as well.
As I mentioned earlier...

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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.

As I mentioned a few days ago, I am slowly, but most definitely, moving toward a new photo series and some new personal projects.

Elliott,Gavin & Jonah - Gay - As I mentioned earlier this week,

Mentioned above is a more typical phrase in writing than it would be in speaking. In speech, I would expect to hear as I said previously or as previously mentioned, or something similar.

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One problem with "as previously mentioned" is that it's passive. WHO previously mentioned? I realize the answer is obvious: you're the writer, so of course you are also the mentioner. But the problem with passive writing isn't that it's unclear; the problem is that it's un-evocative. "As previously mentioned" doesn't project an image into the mind's eye. Since your whole goal is to prompt thought ("please remember!"), you don't want to shut the reader's mind down at this point in your writing. (Why would you want to do that at any point in your writing?)