what should i change in this sentence?

See example:

The President and Coordinator pleaded with Ms Reeves to make the payment on the due-date.
asked Feb 09 '13 at 11:13 Abraham Weagbah New member

2 answers




Your sentence is basically okay, but, if the President is a different person from the Coordinator,  you also need the before Coordinator (the Coordinator).  Also, you need a period after Ms (Ms.) and you don't need a hyphen between due and date (due date).


I hope this helps.

link comment answered Feb 09 '13 at 11:34 Shawn Mooney Expert

I believe that the president and the coordinator should not be capitalized.  When these are used as titles preceding the person's name, or after a name in a signature or address line, then they should be capitalized.  Otherwise, they should not.


We saw President Obama.

The president will meet with the senators.

Ms. Jones, the coordinator, made the arrangements. 

link comment answered Feb 09 '13 at 16:48 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

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