subject and predicat


which one is correct: Funds Raising for the national book fund or fundraising for the national book fund.

asked Feb 01 '12 at 18:01 Masnurah Binti Mohamed New member

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"Funds raising" is a really cool construction to me. I wish people would use it more; it's such a cool variation in language. It doesn't seem that strange to me, because you are technically raising funds. It's a really neat variation in a compound noun. I would use "fundraising", but I think "funds raising" is really awesome.

link comment answered Feb 02 '12 at 23:45 Anna New member

'Funds raising' requires too much articulatory effort for me... sounds Germanic for some reason.

link comment answered Feb 05 '12 at 14:54 Nikki Bishop New member

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