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    altiwife is offline Junior Member
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    tax evasion

    Dear people in the forum, be so nice and check my sentences given below.
    Her husband was arrested for tax evasion.
    1. Unfortunately, this has unpleasant consequences.
    2. Unfortunately, this would have unpleasant consequences.
    3. Unfortunately, this will have unpleasant consequences.
    4. Unfortunately, this will now also have unpleasant consequences.
    5. The consequences cannot yet be estimated.
    6. Bitter consequences are to be expected for all family members.
    7. Her husband's company has also been searched.
    8. All employees in the company are also concerned.
    9. Also, all employees of the company are concerned.
    Last edited by altiwife; 08-Sep-2017 at 16:11. Reason: Typo

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    Re: tax evasion

    In the right context, they're all OK. They're all grammatically correct. Whether they're the correct choice for the context is impossible to tell. In future, please concentrate on just one sentence at a time, and give us the sentence within its context.

    Thread closed. If you want to ask more questions about them, please follow my advice above and start a new thread.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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