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  1. Yog
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    Can I say: When filling this form, you are required to choose your country.

    Hi,

    Can I say:
    When filling this form, you are required to choose your country.

    Thanks,
    Yog

  2. matilda
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    Talking Re: Can I say: When filling this form, you are required to choose your country.

    you can say that.
    but the sentence looks more beautiful when you change the place of these two sentences.

    you'd better bring the second one first, and say:
    You are reguired to choose your country when feeling this forms.

    and yoiu can say: you are expected/wanted to choose your country when filling this form


    hope that helps

    Matilda

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    Re: Can I say: When filling this form, you are required to choose your country.

    You can, though if it's an online form, it normally just has the title country above the drop-down box and an asterix to show it is a required part of the form.

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