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    "to be or not to be"

    May I ask which one of the following sentences is correct?
    It is expected to be announced the next meeting.
    It is expected to announce at(?) the next meeting.

    Thanks for helping.

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    Re: "to be or not to be"

    Quote Originally Posted by alal6375 View Post
    May I ask which one of the following sentences is correct?
    It is expected to be announced the next meeting.
    It is expected to announce at(?) the next meeting.

    Thanks for helping.
    It is expected to be announced at the next meeting.

    Cheers,
    Amigos4


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    Re: "to be or not to be"

    Quote Originally Posted by amigos4 View Post
    It is expected to be announced at the next meeting.

    Cheers,
    Amigos4
    Thanks.

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