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    duimbp is offline Newbie
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    Certificate of Membership

    I just received a certificate of membership that says: " DL Limousine is a member of good standing of GCLA". Everybody is telling me that the correct one would be: " DL Limousine is a member in good standing of GCLA". Could someone help me? Thank you.

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    SoothingDave is offline VIP Member
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    Re: Certificate of Membership

    Yes, "in good standing" is correct.

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    Rover_KE is offline Moderator
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    Re: Certificate of Membership

    Welcome to Using English, duimbp.

    If GCLA is 'The Greater Chicago Locksmith's Association' or 'The Gulf Coast Lacrosse Association', it would need 'the' before it.

    i would say '...in good standing of the GCLA' or '...of good standing in the GCLA'.

    Rover

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