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    #1

    complete our agenda

    . . . so that we may complete our agenda.
    In the sentence above, I think it is not acceptable to native speakers to use "complete" and "agenda". It is acceptabel to them to use "draw up / establish / set our agenda". Is that right?

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    Re: complete our agenda

    . . . so that we may complete our agenda is not a sentence.

    At the end of the meeting, when all our planned business has been discussed, we have completed our agenda.

    Your alternatives all concern formulating an agenda before the meeting.

    Rover

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