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    remain subjected to VS continue to be subjected to

    Hello,

    May someone tell me which of the sentences below is OK?

    -Women and children continue to be subjected to the violation of human rights law.
    -Women and children remain subjected to the violation of human rights laws
    -Women and children continue having their human rights violated.

    Thanks a lot.
    Last edited by majid72; 18-Feb-2009 at 13:51.

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    Re: remain subjected to VS continue to be subjected to

    I'd say:
    -Women and children continue to have their human rights violated.

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    Re: remain subjected to VS continue to be subjected to

    Quote Originally Posted by majid72 View Post
    Hello,

    May someone tell me which of the sentences below is OK?

    -Women and children continue to be subjected to the violation of human rights law.
    -Women and children remain subjected to the violation of human rights laws
    -Women and children continue having their human rights violated.

    Thanks a lot.
    I think all are fine, but the last is best.

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