accommodate the changes


Senior Member
Even though the Sub-Saharan HIV prevention proposal got reviewed before the rate and budget template changed, we still have to accommodate the changes. As the result, your proposal didn’t sign off on Friday, and the starting date of the project which is 06/15/2012 is already passed. Would you please let me know a new reasonable starting date for this project?

Can we use the accommdate in the above context?

Thanks for your time and help.
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    If you mean something like "make room for the changes" in that sentence of yours, then I think you've used "accommodate" well.

    I'd use "As a result" rather than "as the result" in the first phrase of your second sentence. "As the result" doesn't sound right.
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