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    Resulted

    "it is observed that this efforts have resulted in the increased in productivity"

    Please correct me if the above is grammatically wrong.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Resulted

    "it is observed that this efforts have resulted in the increased in productivity"

    use:
    these efforts

    in increased productivity.


    Suggestion:
    It has been shown that these efforts . . .

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    Re: Resulted

    Quote Originally Posted by yeamaozi View Post
    "it is observed that this efforts have resulted in the increased in productivity"

    Please correct me if the above is grammatically wrong.

    Thank you.
    "it is observed that these efforts have resulted in (the) increased productivity" (no "in" after "increased")
    If this is a complete sentence, you should capitalize and punctuate.

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