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Call me If there need to be changes made on the order forms,so that I can contact the departments.

I can't understand"there need to be changes made on the order forms" As I know,"need to be" is always followed adjective or participle but "change" is a noun. Is this sentence correct?

  • There need to be apples on the table with the rest of the fruit. Where have you read that need to be must be followed with the specific things you suggest? – Jason Bassford Aug 14 at 23:10
  • Thank you for your swift response. I am a beginning English learner so might ask some silly questions. – Hank Aug 15 at 0:26

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