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If I'm presenting a project and say "we made an analysis, here are the results". Is that correct? Would it be better to say "we've made"?
Last edited by bhaisahab; 22-Mar-2011 at 18:39. Reason: punctuation
Thank you Baisahab.
Could you tell me if this sentence is correct pleasse?
"We have carried out an analysis and we have found out that our sales decreased because of our products quality."
Thank you Gillnetter.
Could we also use the past simple, considering that our "analysis' is finished?
Could we say "products' quality"?
Thanks a lot
Last edited by Will17; 22-Mar-2011 at 18:57.
I'm sorry to insist...
Could you explain to me why the present perfect is necessary even though our analysis is finished?
Can we say "products' quality" instead of "product's quality"?
What about this ?;
...our sales have decreased because of our product's quality.
Without the present perfect it sounds to me that the decrease happened in a singular point in time not during a period.
Thanks for your replies in advance.
I wouldn't use "products' quality" it's ugly. Why not use the much more pleasing and elegant, "the quality of the products"?