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    Hi!

    What's correct?

    1. Employee details
    2. Employee's details
    3. Details of the employee
    Verification of the minimum time
    Minimum time verification

    ???????
    Can u explein me the different between them?

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    Re: adgective

    Quote Originally Posted by Arara View Post
    Hi!

    What's Which is correct?

    1. Employee details
    2. Employee's details
    3. Details of the employee

    Verification of the minimum time
    Minimum time verification

    ???????
    Can you explain me the different between them to me please?

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    Hello Arara

    1) Please note the correct spelling of adjective.
    2) Please see the amendments I made to your post above.
    3) Your line of question marks was unrequired. A question mark should be placed at the end of a sentence, and only one is required.

    With regards to your question, context is important. It is quite possible that all of your examples are correct depending on how they are used.

    Please post some sentences containing each of your examples and then we will be able to comment.

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    Re: adgective

    Details of the mantence beneficiary:
    Ana Paola
    August 7th 2000

    Mantence beneficiary details:
    Ana Paola
    August 7th 2000

    Employee's details:
    Ana Paola
    August 7th 2000

    Verification of the minimum time of bleeding, before the accomplishment of the act, any work can be done in the animals.

    Minimum time of bleeding Verification, before the accomplishment of the act, any work can be done in the animals.




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    Re: adgective

    Quote Originally Posted by Arara View Post
    Details of the mantence beneficiary:
    Ana Paola
    August 7th 2000

    Mantence beneficiary details:
    Ana Paola
    August 7th 2000

    I don't understand what a "maintenance beneficiary" is. Can you explain please? And note the spelling of maintenance.

    Employee's details:
    Ana Paola
    August 7th 2000

    Either "Employee's details" or "Employee details" sound fine here.


    Verification of the minimum time of bleeding, before the accomplishment of the act, any work can be done in the animals.

    Minimum time of bleeding Verification, before the accomplishment of the act, any work can be done in the animals.

    Neither of these sentences make sense - I'm sorry but I can't understand what you mean. Is this a veterinary quote? Is it something to do with animal slaughter?

    See above.

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    Re: adgective

    Maybe the right word is Alimony beneficiary and not maintenance beneficiary ( The person who receive money for food or rent etc.. after devorcing)

    Ana Paola
    Alimony beneficiary details
    August 7th 2000


    Details of the alimony beneficiary
    Ana Paola
    August 7th 2000


    Alimony benificiary's details
    Ana Paola
    August 7th 2000


    Thank's for your patience

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arara View Post
    Maybe the right word is "alimony" beneficiary and not maintenance beneficiary (the person who receives money for food or rent etc after divorcing)

    Ana Paola
    Alimony beneficiary details
    August 7th 2000


    Details of the alimony beneficiary
    Ana Paola
    August 7th 2000


    Alimony benificiary's details
    Ana Paola
    August 7th 2000


    Thank's Thanks for your patience.

    All three are fine. I don't know if there's a legal term for this (maybe "alimony recipient") but "alimony beneficiary" might well be correct. I'm not a divorce lawyer!

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    Re: adgective

    My is a grammar question focus on the the words order (the orther of the words)

    e.g words order (the order of the words) which one is correct?


    Do you know how to explain the difference between them to me?
    Do they have a different meaning or not?


    Details of the alimony beneficiary
    Alimony beneficiary details
    Alimony beneficiary's details
    Last edited by Arara; 21-Aug-2011 at 17:46.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arara View Post
    My is a grammar question focus on the the words order (the orther of the words)

    e.g words order (the order of the words) which one is correct?


    Do you know how to explain the difference between them to me?
    Do they have a different meaning or not?


    Details of the alimony beneficiary
    Alimony beneficiary details
    Alimony beneficiary's details
    As I said, all three are fine. They are all grammatically correct and as far as I'm concerned, it wouldn't matter which one you use. There is no discernible difference between them.

    I simply added that I didn't know if "alimony beneficiary" was the correct term.

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    Thank you

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