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I'd like to express "request them to conduct a survey again" using a noun instead of "to conduct".
Would it be something like "request them follow-up conduct of a survey"?
Native English speakers don't say "reconduct", do they?
Last edited by pinkie9; 25-Nov-2010 at 14:18. Reason: typo
Last edited by BobK; 25-Nov-2010 at 14:43. Reason: Added PS
Thank you, bhaisahab and BobK.
It is okay to say "request a re-run of the survey"?
Because I'd like to use "re-run" (or something) as a noun and with "survey".
Also, I'm not still sure about the usage of "conduct" as a noun.
Could anyone please tell me example sentences of "conduct" as a noun, about for example conducting clinical studies?
Last edited by pinkie9; 25-Nov-2010 at 22:17.