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    • Join Date: Jul 2005
    • Posts: 928
    #1

    in particular

    Hi,

    could you please tell me whether "in particular" is correctly used in the following sentence:

    The employer shall be obliged to notify the employee in particular of any hazards and risks relating to the given matter.

    What other expressions could be used here? (e.g. especially, mainly, etc)

    Thank you very much!

    Hanka


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
    • Posts: 19,434
    #2

    Re: in particular

    It is ok, but I would prefer to use "specifically".


    • Join Date: Jul 2005
    • Posts: 928
    #3

    Re: in particular

    Thanks! And the same question for:

    1) The work shall be completed properly (i.e. in particular accurately and timely).

    2) The employee shall in particular be obliged to perform his work .......


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
    • Posts: 19,434
    #4

    Re: in particular

    In the first I would omit "in particular" as not required, and say "i.e. accurately and on time"

    [without further context] the second is fine.

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