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    Smile wondering about 'belong to'

    does it make sense?
    "you have belonged to our group, we are going to do our group project"

    did I have to use passive form?

    I used this sentence to let my friend know that she is going to do something with us.

    if there is a better expression, please let me know and correct my grammar mistakes. thanks!

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    Re: wondering about 'belong to'

    You can say "you belong to our group." Or "you're part of our group."

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    Re: wondering about 'belong to'

    If you say you have belonged to our group without any time reference, it sounds as if they're no longer in the group.

    did I have to use passive form?
    No
    Which verb were you thinking about making passive?

    Also, I would connect the two parts with and.

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