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    Run His Company

    Dear friends and Teachers,

    A. He was too young to be promoted a branch manager last year.
    B. He is too old to run his company anymore.

    - Are these sentences grammatical?

    Thanks a million!

    NamSteven

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    #2

    Re: Run His Company

    A. He was too young to be promoted to branch manager last year

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    #3

    Re: Run His Company

    A. could be:

    He was too young to be promoted branch manager last year.

    Another example:
    He's too old to be President.

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