I would omit the preposition. Your sentence says the same thing without it. Or you could just say 'present'
(1) In this session I will report the results of my research study. (2) In this session I will report on the results of my research study.
Are both sentences correct? Is the preposition 'on' optional?
Thanks in advance.
In this case, you would report results. You report on something that is known to exist already: 'The team will report on the rate of melting of the polar ice-cap from day to day'. But 50 years ago some far-sighted observer might have 'reported the melting of the polar ice-cap' [no 'on'].
Oops - pipped at the post
Last edited by BobK; 30-May-2007 at 15:52. Reason: PS added