Why should I must say I chose smoking cessation as a topic for my public health campaign instead of saying as my topic?
After conducting imperative research about smoking behaviors and its consequences, I chose smoking cessation as topic for my public health campaign.
Since your choosing of the topic happened in the past, a past tense verb is appropriate. I would use the past perfect tense instead of the simple past in this sentence. I believe you mean 'empirical', not 'imperative'. Make 'behaviors' singular to agree with 'its'. Use the article 'the' before 'topic'.
After conducting empirical research about smoking behavior and its consequences, I chose smoking cessation as the topic for my public health campaign.
|link comment||answered Dec 29 '13 at 14:37 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow|