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revised “Hispanic were X persons” vs. “Hispanic numbered X persons”
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comment “Hispanic were X persons” vs. “Hispanic numbered X persons”
@BillFranke I edited the question and provided more context.
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comment If the conditions warrant
So, I could write "if the conditions require" instead of "if the conditions require IT"?
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comment If the conditions warrant
@DavidWallace So, an INTRANSITIVE version of the verb warrant exists?
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comment If the conditions warrant
So, "if economics conditions warrant" is wrong and it should rewritten as "if economic conditions warrant IT" ?
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comment “At/In the Summer Olympics”
Then, the original example was not well written?