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    Some priests in / undergoing training find the going tough.

    Some priests in / undergoing training find the going tough.

    Is the sentence natural? Which word in bold should I use?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Some priests in / undergoing training find the going tough.

    Both are fine. I prefer 'in'.

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    Re: Some priests in / undergoing training find the going tough.

    Can I write "Some priests-in-training find the going tough"?

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    Re: Some priests in / undergoing training find the going tough.

    Yes

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