| #2 (permalink) Wed Jan 14, 2015 21:58 pm Urgent need.It's about nouns
|Please, I'm in real need of your help to understand if we can use a noun follow by another one, or if it is important to put prepositions in between them to differentiate between them, like in the case below:
• Elaboration of annual budgets.
• Organization, management and animation of the networks of 10 stores.
Where do you think the two nouns are?
Another question :
When creating a CV or an essay, is it plausible to start, in some cases, with the 'ing' form such as :
• Setting up annual discount plans
or with a noun such as :
• Elaboration and preparation of annual sales targets.
Why not say "Elaborating?"
I would be so grateful for your help.
What do you mean when you use "elaborating" in these sentences?
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