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    Is this correct

    My Manager said " Car details are fed into the meeting slides"

    Is this correct?

    What is the corrct grammar?

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    Re: Is this correct

    Quote Originally Posted by Gillnetter View Post
    The grammar is fine, but what does it mean?

    The car details are included into the meetng powerpoint slides.

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    Re: Is this correct

    For me, "fed into" doesn't quite fit and your explanatory version with a slight change is better.

    Car details are included into in the meeting powerpoint slides.

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