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    The two year internship in this undergraduate program, guarantees the professional..

    Hello,

    Is it idiomatic to use "guarantee" in the sentence below?

    "The two year internship in this undergraduate program, guarantees the professional facet of this course."

    Thanks.

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    Re: The two year internship in this undergraduate program, guarantees the professiona

    I wouldn't use it that way. I'd say 'provides/incorporates/comprises'.
    I also wouldn't put a comma between the subject and the verb.

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