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Kirk's picture
20 May, 2019 - 08:05
Hello Lal It really depends on the situation, but, for example, the second one could imply that it is a temporary situation, or is an important change in some way. Please see the following pages for...
Kirk's picture
20 May, 2019 - 08:05
Hello AliMir 'subjected to' is also correct here; both forms mean exactly the same thing. The way it is written in the article, 'subject' is an adjective, whereas in the form you suggest 'subjected'...
20 May, 2019 - 07:05
i read the paragraph twice, so I can easly understand the questions and give responses.