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    national level

    Hi


    Please let me know if the sentence mentioned below is correct.

    If the students wins the competition, your school will be recognised nationally.


    Regards
    Pallavi

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    Re: national level

    Quote Originally Posted by pallavi kakkar View Post
    Hi


    Please let me know if the sentence mentioned below is correct.

    If the students win(s) the competition, your school will be recognised nationally.


    Regards
    Pallavi
    If you delete the "s" in red, it's fine.

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    Re: national level

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    If you delete the "s" in red, it's fine.
    Perhaps the OP was thinking of 'If one of your students wins...'

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    Re: national level

    Quote Originally Posted by pallavi kakkar View Post
    Please let me know if the sentence mentioned below is correct.

    If the students wins the competition, your school will be recognised nationally.
    Is it OK to use "mentioned" for a sentence that hasn't been written yet ?

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    Re: national level

    Quote Originally Posted by euncu View Post
    Is it OK to use "mentioned" for a sentence that hasn't been written yet ?
    I think I understand what you are saying.

    Yes, pallavi kakkar's use of "mentioned" was incorrect, because the sentence below did not "mention" another sentence, it just was a sentence. It should be:

    "Please let me know if the sentence mentioned below is correct."

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