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I hope, I have the qualification for continuing my education at England university

asked Dec 23 '12 at 16:09 zahra haddadi New member

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You have an unneeded comma after 'hope'. Also, if the name of the school is England University, University should be capitalized. If it is not the name, then it should be 'the English university'. 'Qualifications' should be plural, and your sentence should end with a period.

 

I hope I have the qualifications for continuing my education at England University.

link comment answered Dec 23 '12 at 19:35 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow
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The period goes inside the quotation marks. And you only use single quotation marks inside double quotation marks, Lewis.

link answered Dec 26 '12 at 03:29 Ilovenglish New member

British English rules are different than American English on both of these points. Since the sentence is about a university in England, I believe that Lewis' answer is appropriate for this question.

Patty TDec 27 '12 at 11:08

British English rules are different than American English on both of these points. Since the sentence is about a university in England, I believe that Lewis' answer is appropriate for this question.

Patty TDec 27 '12 at 11:12

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