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    the meaning of ..

    Dear teachers,

    can I say "I have entered the selection of football-game players"?

    How can I specified that I am already accepted by the game
    or my application has been still under consideration?

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    Re: the meaning of ..

    Quote Originally Posted by hwhwhwhw View Post
    Dear teachers,

    can I say "I have entered the selection of football-game players"?

    How can I specified that I am already accepted by the game
    or my application has been still under consideration?
    "I have entered the selection of football-game players" = I tried out for the football team.

    'My application (has been) is still under consideration' is correct.

    Cheers,
    Amigos4

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