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Posted by cybersiti (U9039673) on Thursday, 4th October 2012
There is a seminar organized by a school, and it's a must for all students - they must attend the seminar.
There is a wording on their flyer, which reads:
COMPULSORY TO ALL SECONDARY 1-4 STUDENTS
I have two questions:
1. COMPULSORY TO or COMPULSORY FOR?
2. SECONDARY 1-4 STUDENTS or FORM 1-4 STUDENTS?
Please enlighten me.
Posted by Jay (U2975371) on Thursday, 4th October 2012
It is compulsory for....
The preposition 'to' would be used in the infinitve - It is compulsory to attend this meeting.
As for #2, it depends on the terminology used by that school.
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