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    I agree with publication

    Dear teachers,

    I would appreciate your help with the following sentence, which, as I believe, is gramatically correct, but does not sound natural to me:

    "I agree with publication of the recorded lectures at the website of the University."

    How would a native English speaker put it?

    Thanks a lot!

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    Re: I agree with publication

    'I agree to the publication of the recorded lectures on the university's website.'

    Rover

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