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What does this sentence exactly mean?"At Boeing, the backs of the engineer’s badges have criteria that is wanted for the engineers to work on at Boeing"
  I have a brother-in-law who works at Boeing-Everett (Washington). I sent him your question, maybe he can answer it for us.
I will post here when he responds to my message.
 Let's correct a couple of grammatical errors.
"At Boeing, the backs of the engineers badges have criteria that are wanted for the engineers to work on at Boeing."
However, the underlined part of the sentence makes no sense to me as written.
The writ ...
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Here is a sentence for transformation: He was imprisoned for having such revolutionary ideas. EXTENT To such EXTENT HAD HE REVOLUTIONARY IDEAS THAT he was imprisoned. Is it correct?
 It seems odd, but here's my attempt. His revolutionary ideas were to the extent that he was imprisoned. Perhaps others can improve on this.
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He was imprisoned for having revolutionary ideas to such an extent.
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"once the tags are collecting data fine, i will update you." Is this sentence right?
 No.
I am afraid I have no idea what you mean by 'the tags are collecting data fine'.
 You also have two errors concerning capital letters.
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Someone asked me if it is possible to use the word 'Because' three times, consecutively, in the same sentence. The person claimed the answer to be - "No sentence can end with 'because' because, 'because' is a conjunction." Upon being told that it ...
 
AnonymousHow do I put my point forth?
Consider it a spoken sentence. A spoken sentence is still a sentence, and that's all that was required. Nobody can hear the quotation marks, so the quotes are irrelevant when the sentence is said rather than read.
CJ
 
AnonymousHow do I put my point forth?
It's unclear from your description who "someone" is, who "the person" is, and how "me" fits in, so it's possible that I gave you the opposing argument from the one you wanted. If so, you'll need a different argument.
Say that the puzzle was to ...
 Someone asked me if it is possible to use the word 'Because' three times, consecutively, in the same sentence.
Particularly in spoken English, repetition like the following is not uncommon. It usually indicates the speaker is searching for how to ...
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