And is currently in its implementation stage. <—how can i rephrase this sentence? pls help… thanks
anyway, below is the whole sentence:
The undersigned are presently conducting a study on the “On-Line College Career Guidance.” And is currently in its implementation stage. (is this correct :?: )
nice to hear from you soon.
The undersigned are presently conducting a study on ‘On-Line College Career Guidance’, which is currently in its implementation stage.
in its implementation stage = just getting started.
I don’t agree with you on this one, MM. If a project is in its implementation stage, it has passed through the planning stage, and now the plan is being implemented. The project actually could have started a long time ago, and now it is in its second stage, of having moved from talk to action.
Hi Alan, Amy and Conchita
Could you please give your valuable comments here? What is your gut feeling? MM and Jamie have different opinions here.
Not really-- it is a matter of what we mean by ‘getting started’. I mean hammer-and-saw time.