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    certificate

    1. This course can bring us recognised academic qualification.

    2. This course can bring us recognised academic attainment.

    3. The certificate of this course is internationally recognised.

    Are the above sentences in correct grammar?


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    Re: certificate

    Quote Originally Posted by Gillnetter View Post
    Gil
    Are attainment and qualification the same in meaning and usage?



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