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    Calling the roll

    Hi there,

    What would be more informal and correct... "We are checking the attendance list for all consultants" or "We are calling the roll of all consultants"? and if prepositions are not well used, please correct me.

    Thank you in advance!

    Ingrid

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    Re: Calling the roll

    Quote Originally Posted by Ingrid Low View Post
    Hi there,

    What would be more informal and correct... "We are checking the attendance list for all consultants" or "We are calling the roll of all consultants"? and if prepositions are not well used, please correct me.

    Thank you in advance!

    Ingrid
    Both are possible. It would depend on the context.

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