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comment What is an adjective for “requires a lot of work”?
as a German native speaker, I often look for a "is" phrase like yours (because we use such phrases a lot in German). But I have come to learn that looking for an "is"-equivalent in English might often not be the best fit. Does it have to be a is-phrase? Why not just "requires a lot of work" like in your first sentence? (BTW @Ben I was not referring to your comment. Just noticed that you mention "German" and so do I - it's a coincidence)
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add "I am the main stakeholder ... now" :-)
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