The reason is not accepted, not acceptable (which one is correct?)
I checked the dictionary for both words, either can be (adj)
so, they are both correct?
like the clock has been damaged for months..(damaged is adj)
If the reasons are accepted/acceptable, you will not have to pay extra fine for drive after drinking too much.
Given the above circumstance, it is that enough to distinguish which one would be proper?
Actually, before I looked up dictionary, I thought accept would be verb, so it would be used in two ways as follows:
If the reasons for the failure of that core module are not accepted(verb) by Mr.xxx( actually, we can say if Mr.xxx does not accept the reasons for the failure of that core module) you may have to do resit again.
If the reasons for the failure of that core module are acceptable(adj), you may not have to do resit again.