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  1. smudla123
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    Is this sentence correct?

    Is this sentence correct?: " If a document is to be reviewed by more than one department, preferably only a single copy of the document should be circulated.
    I don't understand if... is to be reviewed what is it grammatically? it is conditional, but is it correct like this?

    Thanks Smudla


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    #2
    Yes, it's fine.
    You can take a look here.

    FRC

  2. christea
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    Not only is it fine (Francois), it is correct.

    The subject of the sentence (document) is a singular noun therefore the verb of the sentence (to be) must also be singular.

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