Issues for initiative by the CBI


Does above sentence correct

asked Mar 08 '14 at 16:03 Rekha New member

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"Issues for initiative by the CBI" is not a sentence. A sentence needs (at the very least) a subject and a verb. As part of a sentence, "issues for initiative" are not three words that make sense together. Perhaps something like "issues with the initiative" or "issues that resulted in an initiative," but I'd need to know the rest of the sentence to make any sense of it.

link comment answered Mar 08 '14 at 18:00 Patty T Grammarly Fellow

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