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    The verb "Request"

    Is the following sentence correct, especially with regard to the underlined part?

    "I requested the certificate to be issued on last Friday."

    Or is it better to write :

    "I requested an issuance of the certificate on last Friday."

    thank you.

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    Re: The verb "Request"

    Quote Originally Posted by rainous View Post
    Is the following sentence correct, especially with regard to the underlined part?

    "I requested the certificate to be issued on last Friday."

    Or is it better to write :

    "I requested an issuance of the certificate on last Friday."

    thank you.
    "I requested that the certificate be issued last Friday."

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