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    #1

    the word 'demand'

    Hi,

    I came across an online chat room, which requires anyone enters must be full face on cam.
    Now is it acceptable to say in English 'the room owner demands full face on cam from everyone', or is it better to use 'that' as 'the room owner demands that everyone must be full face on cam'?

    Thanks


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    Re: the word 'demand'

    Quote Originally Posted by jchtse View Post
    Hi,

    I came across an online chat room, which requires anyone enters must be full face on cam.
    Now is it acceptable to say in English 'the room owner demands full face on cam from everyone', or is it better to use 'that' as 'the room owner demands that everyone must be full face on cam'?

    Thanks
    Each visitor to this chat room is requested to appear full-face on camera.

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