to realize or for realization

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KLPNO

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Hello everyone

I'd like to ask which phrase (to realize or for realization) is grammatically correct in the following sentence:

Several reasons served as prerequisites to realize this project.

Or "... prerequisites for realization of this project"?
 

jctgf

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can we say "for the accomplishment of this project" or "to carry out this project"?
thanks.
 

Anglika

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Hello everyone

I'd like to ask which phrase (to realize or for realization) is grammatically correct in the following sentence:

Several reasons served as prerequisites to realize this project.

Or "... prerequisites for realization of this project"?

"Several factors served as prerequisites in realizing/for the realization of this project".
 

Anglika

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can we say "for the accomplishment of this project" or "to carry out this project"?
thanks.

They are alternatives, but KLPNO is translating a text and may need to keep the wording he has.
 
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