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    What Does This Sentence Mean??

    Hi, teachers:

    I wonder what does this sentence mean?

    This document is accepted pending the changes noted.
    I'm so confused....This sentence does not make any sense to me

    btw, this sentence is from a feasibility study report.
    Last edited by VividJailbird; 24-Jul-2009 at 15:19. Reason: add new info

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    Re: What Does This Sentence Mean??

    The study needs changes to be completely acceptable.

    I assume you will make the changes you have been told to make.

    I will accept this document now, assuming you will make those changes; you don't need to resubmit it to me -- if you make the changes I told you to make.

    If you do not make the changes, the document will no longer be acceptable.


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    Re: What Does This Sentence Mean??

    wow, that's a most detailed answer. Thank you, Barb:)

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