Posted by Smokey Stover on April 27, 2005
In Reply to: Re: Their being received posted by ESC on April 27, 2005
: : I wonder whether you could help with an argument that has arisen following the posting of an internal e-mail here at work.
: : One of our employees has caused a commotion by insisting the following statement contains a grammatical and compositional error in relation to the 'their being received' section of the statement.
: : Could you, my learned friends, analyse the statement and let me know if it's correct or incorrect?
: : It would also be helpful to explain why it is right or wrong!
: : The statement is as follows:-
: : "In Neil's case in particular, could you ensure his faxes are taken and handed to him - or left on his desk - within 20 minutes of their being received?"
: : Many thanks!
: Looks OK to me.
Good sentence, actually, clear, grammatical, concise. Why the todo? SS