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    with.

    Hi

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


    The deserving candidates will be permanently enrolled with a bright future with our company.


    Regards
    Pallavi

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    ...in our company.

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    Re: with.

    Quote Originally Posted by pallavi kakkar View Post
    Hi

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


    The deserving candidates will be permanently enrolled with a bright future with our company.


    Regards
    Pallavi
    The deserving candidates will be permanently enrolled and (will) have a bright future with our company.
    I would use "employed" rather than "enrolled" and "successful" rather than "deserving".
    "...with our company" is fine IMO.

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