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    the necessity for it to renew its qualifications

    Hello everybody!

    I would like to ask you whether or not the following sentence is properly formulated. Please take into account "the necessity for it to renew its qualifications".

    The following sentence reads as follows: On 08.07.2015, a company received a certificate which/that confirms the necessity for it to renew its qualifications in order to be able to qualify for a qualification system. It and its apply to the company, of course.

    What do you think?

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: the necessity for it to renew its qualifications

    There are far too many repetitions of qualifications and qualify in close proximity. How does a company renew its qualifications?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: the necessity for it to renew its qualifications

    I know nothing about it. If I changed the sentence from "On 08.07.2015, a company received a certificate which/that confirms the necessity for it to renew its qualifications in order to be able to qualify for a qualification system." to "On 08.07.2015, a company received a certificate which/that confirms the necessity for it to renew its qualifications in order to be able to meet requirements of a qualification system.", would it be acceptable to you?

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    Re: the necessity for it to renew its qualifications

    It's grammatically correct inasmuch as the words appear to be in the right order and they agree, but I have absolutely no idea what it's supposed to mean. Where did you find it? Why don't you have any context?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: the necessity for it to renew its qualifications

    I just was asked to translate ths sentencje into English, that is all.

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    Re: the necessity for it to renew its qualifications

    Quote Originally Posted by JACEK1 View Post
    I just was just asked to translate ths this sentencje sentence into English, that is all.
    See above.
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    Re: the necessity for it to renew its qualifications

    a certificate which/that confirms the necessity for it to renew its qualifications

    I do not think a certificate does that. A certification confirms something has been achieved or complied with, not something that needs to be complied with. A letter/notice would confirm that something needs to be complied with.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: the necessity for it to renew its qualifications

    I am sorry for my typos and grammar.

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    Re: the necessity for it to renew its qualifications

    a company received a certificate which/that confirms the necessity for it to renew its qualifications in order to be able to meet requirements of a qualification system.

    A company received a letter from xxx informing them that they would need to renew their xxx in order to be eligible to register for xxx.

    You can fill in the part on "xxx".
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