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Rewarded with Madam Xu lu-rui (許呂瑞) Student Excellence Scholarship of Taoyuan County Government.
Received Madam Xu lu-rui (許呂瑞) Student Excellence Scholarship of Taoyuan County Government.
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2014-10-08 12:15:02 補充：
Rewarded with Madam Xu lu-rui (許呂瑞) Student Excellence Scholarship from Taoyuan County Government.
2014-10-10 19:07:04 補充：
you are confused with awarded something and rewarded with something. It is correct here.
2014-10-10 19:47:33 補充：
You can also use "awarded" similar to the one prisoner made
Awarded Madam Xu lu-rui (許呂瑞) Student Excellence Scholarship of Taoyuan County Government
2014-10-10 20:48:22 補充：
However, when both words are used as nouns, there is a major difference between "award" and "reward"
2014-10-11 01:48:55 補充：
most of time, "awarded" is used, esp in scholarship. However, if the scholarship is given as a prize(cash prize usually) through a competition besides regular hardworks. Then "be rewarded with" can be used. For safe side, use "awarded" when you see that word.
2014-10-11 01:54:40 補充：
I live in Central South of USA. Many newspapers use "Be Rewarded with"...I guess they use that coz they think most scholarship here is considered a cash prize given to the top selected applicants. In the state I live in, all the lottery ticket sales goes to student scholarship fund.
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Awarded Taoyuan county Ms. Shu Luray Scholarship for Excellent Students.
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2014-10-09 20:30:41 補充：
希望 版主 真的聊解到 "rewarded" 與 "awarded"的差別! "rewarded"用在這裡是錯誤的.