rephrase a sentence
how to rephrase this I keep making changes but doesnt help
To be ready for changes in health care it will require higher educational degrees.
This is written awkwardly, but it can be readily fixed. As written, there is an introductory clause which should be separated with a comma after the word 'care'. 'It' is the subject of the predicate 'will require'. This still reads awkwardly, at least to me. The pronoun 'it' doesn't have an apparent antecedent.
To be ready for changes in health care, it will require higher educational degrees.
Another way would be to remove 'it' from the sentence. This would make the infinitive phrase starting with 'To be...' the subject.
To be ready for changes in health care will require higher educational degrees.
A different approach would be to change the order to the sentence and make a clear subject. I'm unsure of the correlation you have drawn between changes in health care and higher degrees, however. It sounds like you are calling for degrees higher than the current doctorate and MD degrees. If you mean we will need more physicians to meet the demands of more people being able to access health care, this approach might work.
The country will require more physicians to meet the demands created by health care changes.
|link comment||answered Mar 11 '13 at 12:01 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow|
When the project is in such a large scale, like the bridge construction, there will be a lot of pressure on the project leader to deliver the project on time (2016) and within the £3.2 - £4.2 billion budget, if it exceeds, it will have to come from the taxpayers, as the government funds it. A good leader with a hardy attitude will encounter stressful moments and will consider it interesting, will feel it can be an opportunity to influence the future.
|link comment||answered Apr 02 '13 at 22:46 jessie kamalondo New member|
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