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Suggestion for a sentence #1 (permalink) Wed Nov 15, 2006 14:08 pm   Suggestion for a sentence
 

Which of the following sentences sounds better (and correct) to you? many thanks, Alex

a) It is common, there is some conflict of interest among the employees

b)It is common THAT there is some conflict of interest among the employees

c)It is common TO HAVE some conflict of interest among the employees

d)It is common TO ENCOUNTER some conflict of interest among the employees.
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Suggestion for a sentence #2 (permalink) Wed Nov 15, 2006 14:16 pm   Suggestion for a sentence
 

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I only like C and D. B is structurally OK but very awkward: both a prop-it and a prop-there. A is a comma-splice error.
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Suggestion for a sentence #3 (permalink) Wed Nov 15, 2006 14:24 pm   Suggestion for a sentence
 

thank you Mr. Micawber!
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