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    "the use of engagement"

    Hello, people.

    Plz read the below sentences. How about using "engagement" in that sentnece? It is OK? Not awkward?
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    Re: "the use of engagement"

    It sounds grammatically correct. However, I would substitute it with the word involvement.
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