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    Default English Grammar Issue

    Hi, there I dont know if I am posting this question in the right thread, but I would like to know if the English Grammar of this sentence is correct, please?

    1-a "Change Order" processed according to the "Change Process" will be started.
    I dont know if I should say 2- "It will be started a change order processed according to the.."
    Which of sentences is correct? Thanks in advance

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    Hi!
    Option 2 is definitely grammatically incorrect, that's an ANTICIPATORY IT or PREPARATORY SUBJECT. "It" can never anticipate a noun-subject (you may use it with infinitive, clause and -ing subjects).

    I guess you could say "a Change Order will be processed in accordance with the Change Process".

    Hope it helps!

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