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    position of "to be approved"

    Hello everyone
    I'd like to ask if the phrase "to be approved" is placed correctly in the following sentence.

    Annually, a Program for sanitary-hygienic monitoring of XXX objects is submitted to the Regional Department for State Sanitary and Epidemic Supervision to be approved.

    Or "to be approved" should go immediately after "submitted"?

    XXX is the name of the company.

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    Re: position of "to be approved"

    I like it at the end as you have it... =)

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    Re: position of "to be approved"

    Quote Originally Posted by Hi_there_Carl View Post
    I like it at the end as you have it... =)
    Thank you very much, Hi_there_Carl.


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    Re: position of "to be approved"

    An alternative way is "is submitted for approval to the Regional Department..."

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