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    Wink a question about "involve"

    "This position involves in reporting directly to the Managing Director........." Dos"in" need here? When should we combine "involve" with "in", when not? many thanks..............


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    Re: a question about "involve"

    Quote Originally Posted by jesson cui View Post
    "This position involves in reporting directly to the Managing Director........." Is "in" needed here? When should we combine "involve" with "in", when not? many thanks..............
    You do not need "in" here. "This position involves reporting..."

    The person who is appointed to this position will be involved in the reporting process.

    The Managing Director is involved in the day-to-day decision-making process.

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    Re: a question about "involve"

    Thanks, Anglika.

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