Re: I like mine better, but I don't know why.
From: John Posada <jposada01 -at- yahoo -dot- com>
I'm going back and forth with an analyst on something. I have the
This new process delivers the following benefits to the business:
- Improve adherence to corporate discount policies, increase sales
efficiencies, improve margins, automate and expedite a
standardized Discount Approval process.
- Automate workflow of schedule of authorization table lookup to:
- Confirm Level of authorization
She keeps adding an S at the end of many of the words, such as
Improves, increases, improves, expidites, Automates, Confirms, etc..
I think it reads better without the S and I'd like to offer a
gramatical rule to justify my position.
Therefore...am I right, wrong, or neither, and if right or wrong, is
there a rule under which this falls?
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