able to leave a persistent sign in

Merkuzio

New Member
Italian
Hello,
I'm not sure how to write this sentence:


I would like to organize art exhibitions,
able to leave a persistent sign in (to) all visitors.



Is in or to appropriate?

Thanks!
 
  • Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    I tend to keep things simple, so it sounds to me like you want to say:

    I would like to organize memorable art exhibitions.
    I would like to organize art exhibitions that are memorable.
    I would like to organize art exhibitions that people remember.
    I would like to organize art exhibitions that visitors remember.

    I like the third one, assuming I'm even close to your meaning.
     

    PaulQ

    Banned
    UK
    English - England
    able to leave a persistent sign in (to) all visitors. -> this is very awkward and sounds like it has been translated by a machine.

    I suggest:

    I would like to organize art exhibitions that would leave an enduring[, positive] impression in the visitors’/a visitor’s mind.

    I would like to organize art exhibitions that visitors/ a visitor would remember [in a positive light].
     
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