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  1. Mabel


    Please advise whether the following sentences are correct:

    (1) Some expertise is required in handling this project.

    (2) I had (some) reservations on this point. (Does it need to add the word 'some'?)

    (3) I agree to the Panel's recommendations.

    (4) I agree with the Panel members.

    Thank you.


  2. gwendolinest
    They all look fine to me. For (2), I would use “some” myself, if only it sounds better that way, but I don’t think omitting “some” would be wrong.


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