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    #1

    He is looking into this application issue.

    He is looking into this application issue.

    How we say a person is starting to check the issue in the sentence above?

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    Re: He is looking into this application issue.

    The sentence is fine. To "look into" an issue is to investigate it.

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    Re: He is looking into this application issue.

    Not a teacher.

    If he hasn't started yet, you could say: "He'll look intothis application issue." but if he's doing the investigation now, then the sentence is fine.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 20-May-2014 at 07:50. Reason: Adding 'Not a teacher'.

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