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    Smile Operator Instrucions or an Operator Instruction?

    I am a native English speaker living in Germany. My German colleagues use the term "an operator instruction" to describe a word document with instructions to be carried out by a third party. I have tried to impress upon them that "operator instructions" would be more correct, but I can't explain why! Is this correct and can it be explained via a rule of grammar or style? (The German term "eine Anweisung" is been translated here.) Thank you for your help.

  2. Casiopea's Avatar

    • Join Date: Sep 2003
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    Re: Operator Instrucions or an Operator Instruction?

    What about? There's a list of instructions that tells the 3rd party how to operate X, so operating instructions.


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