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    Omission, likely, as is the case with

    Paper-based nautical products and online-based nautical products will very likely be used concurrently for a while as is the case with S-57 and S-101.

    (FYI, S-57 is a paper-based specification and S-101 is online-based.)

    Q1. Can I omit some words on the subject as below?
    Paper-based and online-based nautical products

    Q2. Is 'will very likely be used' grammatically correct?

    Q3. I wanted to say that the subject will be concurrently used because S-57 and S-101 have been so similarly. In this case, can I say 'as is the case with'?

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    Re: Omission, likely, as is the case with

    Q1. Can I omit some words on the subject as below?
    Paper-based and online-based nautical products Yes.

    Q2. Is 'will very likely be used' grammatically correct? Yes.

    Q3. I wanted to say that the subject will be concurrently used because S-57 and S-101 have been so similarly. In this case, can I say 'as is the case with'? Yes.
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    Re: Omission, likely, as is the case with

    May I know what you mean by "paper-based products" and "online-based products"?
    I am not a teacher.

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