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    #1

    with a translation attached to it

    ".......submitting a French document with an English translation attached to it."


    Can I omit "to it" ?

    I am just trying to omit as much as I can.

    Thanks for the help

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    #2

    Re: with a translation attached to it

    Yes

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    #3

    Re: with a translation attached to it

    Ye

    (I'm just trying to omit as much as I can)

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    #4

    Re: with a translation attached to it

    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    Ye

    (I'm just trying to omit as much as I can)
    If I were you, I would just type "Y" only (vs "N"). Or I misunderstand the point that "Ye" is a complete meaningful word but "Y" is just a letter?
    Thank you!

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