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    with no name of

    "I received this pony certificate of graduation with no name of the conferred degree specified."


    Is the structure of the underlined phrase grammatically correct?

    I also want to know how, as an alternative, "without the name of the conferred degree specified" sounds.

    Which one, if any, is good to use?

    Thanks

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    Re: with no name of

    First things first. What's a pony certificate of graduation?

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    Re: with no name of

    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    First things first. What's a pony certificate of graduation?
    Sorry about the typo.

    I meant "phony"

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    Re: with no name of

    Your alternative reads better, in my opinion.

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