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Hi,

1. Is "If there has company instruction, all the employees must follow" sound less forceful than "If there is company instruction, all the employees must follow."

The second sentence sounds somewhat more dictorial right?

2. Can i say things that clogging part of the machine as 'clog-ups'? For example: The Operator must make sure no clog-ups in the connecting pipes.

3. Is this sentence correct? "The Operator must examine the connecting pipes regularly to make sure no clogging inside". - to mean the pipe is not clogged.

Thanks for answering this post.
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Hi,

1. Is "If there has company instruction, all the employees must follow" sound less forceful than "If there is company instruction, all the employees must follow." 'Has' is not grammatical here. Why don't you just say 'All employees must follow company rules'? 'Rules' is a better word than 'imstructions' here.

2. Can i say things that clogging part of the machine as 'clog-ups'? For example: The Operator must make sure no clog-ups in the connecting pipes.

The operator must make sure/ensure there are no clogs/blockages in the connecting pipes.

3. Is this sentence correct? "The Operator must examine the connecting pipes regularly to make sure no clogging inside". - to mean the pipe is not clogged.

"The operator must examine the connecting pipes regularly to make sure there is no clogging".

Best wishes, Clive
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Thanks a lot for your prompt reply Clive:)

Really appreciate that~