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Overall, the prime location and the abundant transport facilities should ensure the centre financial success.
(Taken from a CPE sample script which can be found here.)
I have the feeling that this sentence is incorrect. I would write it the following way, “. . . . . should ensure the financial success of the centre.”
Is the original sentence acceptable? And what about my version?
Thank you in advance.
1) ... should ensure the centre financial success.
2) ... should ensure the centre's financial success.
3) ... should ensure financial success for the centre.
4) ... should ensure the financial success of the centre. (Your suggestion)
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.