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    Grammer

    Hi.

    Could u tell me if the following sentence is gramatically correct?


    "There were neither moditifcations to the existing terms and conditions on which the share options were granted nor any cancellation or settlement of share options that occured during the year."

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    Re: Grammer

    It's OK, but is 'occured' the right verb for share options?


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    Re: Grammer

    thank you,

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