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Context: Workers are talking about the managing director's sudden visit and its impact.


The company's managing director's sudden visit to the manufacturing plant was a surprise among our workers.

The managing director of the company's sudden visit to the manufacturing plant was a surprise for our workers.

Please check them.

Is "its impact" an appropriate word in the context? I mean "impact of his visit" is referred to "gave a surprise".

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kumenglishThe company's managing director's sudden visit to the manufacturing plant was a surprise among for the /our workers.

Use that one, but note the correction.

kumenglishIs "its impact" an appropriate word in the context?

Probably not. How do you intend to use it?

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I'm not sure of my answer, but I'd say:

The sudden visit of our company's managing director to the factory was a surprise to its workers.
The sudden visit of our company's managing director to the manufacturing plant was a surprise to its workers.

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 teechr's reply was promoted to an answer.

Thanks for your correction. I am trying to describe the worker's emotions(because of the managing director's sudden visit ) in the context

Workers are talking about the managing director's sudden visit and their emotions. (they were surprised and excited by the Managing director's sudden visit).

Would "Emotion" suit here?

kumenglishWould "Emotion" suit here?

Not really.

Try:

kumenglishThe workers are talking about the managing director's sudden/unexpected visit, and their emotions, and how surprised/excited they were surprised and excited by it. the Managing director's sudden visit).
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