1. If you fall under the category of people who work in other countris, you must submit the following documents:
2. If you fall under "people who work in other countries", you must submit the following documents:
Could I omit "the category of" in this case like 2?
I know it is better to say something like "If you fall under Category A", if Category A, Category B, etc. are written before the sentence, but there is no description like that in this case.
So please tell me Sentence 2 is correct or not ("the category of" is necessary or not).
Last edited by 5jj; 13-Jan-2013 at 10:24.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Thank you, but is Sentence 2 correct or incorrect?
Also, you changed "fall under" to "fall into". I'd like to know the difference between them. Should I start a new thread for it?
I wouldn't use "fall under the category of". I have always used/seen "fall into the category of". If you remove "category" then you can use "under".
I fall under "People who work abroad".
I fall into the category "People who work abroad".
I see. Thank you again!