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I want to rephrase this:

"No member in my group is pending to clear the certification".

May I say "No one is yet to be certified"?

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closed as too localized by RegDwigнt Oct 22 '12 at 13:23

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

It would be clearer if you said

no-one's certification is pending

or (better)

no certifications are pending

It's not clear, but I doubt we can say

everyone is certified

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Do you mean to say "No-one is pending for certification"? – Mike Jul 17 '11 at 8:57
No -- what's pending is certification not the people who want to be certified. – pavium Jul 17 '11 at 8:59

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