# English

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Is Biennial a word for every two years? Biannual means twice a year, right?

So, how can I say eliminating a subscription will save the school \$5,000 every two years?

Eliminating the subscription will save the school a biennial fee of \$5,000.
^^does that work?

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Yes, that works well.

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Thank you Ms. Sue.

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Yes, biennial means every two years. Semi-annual means twice a year.

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You're welcome, Afrikah.

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