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    can it be ( to become established or to established)?

    Information and knowledge have essential value for every society to become established.( now does it give subject ? because i meant to emphasize the society to become established , if i m mistaken to write right sentence so plz correct me.
    Last edited by majesticsania; 05-Jun-2009 at 23:24.

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    #2

    Re: can it be ( to become established or to established)?

    It doesn't work for me; it's uncl;ear whether knowledge/information become established, which doesn't mean much, or whether having knowledge/information helps an unnamed subject become established.


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    #3

    Re: can it be ( to become established or to established)?

    I am not certain what this sentence means, either.

    Something can "become established" or "be established", but it cannot "established" unless "establish" becomes an active verb: "The society established a set of principles and laws which are still being followed." "They established a new society after the old one collapsed."


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    Re: can it be ( to become established or to established)?

    Information and knowledge have essential value for every society to become established.( now does it give subject ? because i meant to emphasize the society to become established , if i m mistaken to write right sentence so plz correct me.

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