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That´s me again ... does it sound right?

1) The employee was aware of how the objectives set by the Director were communicated/disseminated through the Division.

2) Examples of different communication means within the Division were given.

3) However, the Auditee was not aware that this communication process was documented in InstructionX

4) It is recommended that the Auditee should review the Instruction X to become familiar with it.

5) In regard to Customer Feedback Procedure, the employee stated that compliments received from the client had been forwarded to Sales Department. However, the Auitee was not sure whether this was the right practice, i.e. if he was complying with the Procedure.

Thanks in advance,
Ritinha, who is trying hard to deal with the english Emotion: sad
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1) OK

2) Examples of different means of communication within the division were given.

3) However, the auditee was not aware that this communication process was documented in Instruction X.

4) It is recommended that the auditee review Instruction X to become familiar with it.

5) In regard to customer feedback procedure, the employee stated that compliments received from the client had been forwarded to the Sales Department. However, the auditee was not sure whether this was the right practice, i.e. whether he was complying with the procedure.

No big problems, ritinha. Capitalization is always arguable, but the general rule of good style is to minimize it.
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Thanks so much Mister Micawber.
Ritinha
Mister Micawber,
I´ve revisited your reply and I have an additional question, regarding the sentence 4 ... I though that "should" was needed but you didn´t include it in your sentence.

I just want to confirm if you forgot it OR if we should not use it at all ...

My question is: "which is the right sentence?" and why?

1) It is recommended that the auditee review Instruction X to become familiar with it.

2) It is recommended that the auditee should review Instruction X to become familiar with it.

Thanks,
Ritinha
Hi Ritinha,

I did not forget the 'should'; as a speaker of AmE, I deleted it in favour of the subjunctive, because to my ears it sounds redundant. The 'should + infinitive' form is preferred over the subjunctive in BrE, I understand.

The upshot is, both verb forms are fine.
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Thanks for the clarification, Mister MicawberEmotion: smile
Ritinha