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    Election-year

    Hi!
    Maybe this is simple but I want to be sure.

    "An election-year Congress" is the Congress in the year of the elections, right?!

    Thank you
    N.

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    Exclamation Re: Election-year

    Quote Originally Posted by NicolaalociN View Post
    Hi!
    Maybe this is simple but I want to be sure.

    "An election-year for Congress" is the Congress in the year of the elections, right?!

    Thank you
    N.
    preposition for has to be used.


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    Re: Election-year

    Quote Originally Posted by Manas Ranjan Mallick View Post
    preposition for has to be used.
    No, I don't think so.
    "Election-year" is the attribute of "Congress".

    So it's "an election-year Congress".

    Thanks anyway.

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    Re: Election-year

    Quote Originally Posted by NicolaalociN View Post
    Hi!
    Maybe this is simple but I want to be sure.

    "An election-year Congress" is the Congress in the year of the elections, right?!

    Thank you
    N.
    Yes, right.

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