agree on / agreed on

cooladilla

Senior Member
Spain (Spanish)
Hi,
If we normally say "to agree on sth", how would you reword a passive sentence with this same verb?
My sentence goes as follows: "the value of each of the results obtained does not depend on one teacher only: it needs to be agreed on by everyone in the English language department..." ¿?
Thanks in advance for your help! :)
 
  • Peterdg

    Senior Member
    Dutch - Belgium
    Hi,
    If we normally say "to agree on sth", how would you reword a passive sentence with this same verb?
    My sentence goes as follows: "the value of each of the results obtained does not depend on one teacher only: it needs to be agreed on by everyone in the English language department..." ¿?
    Thanks in advance for your help! :)
    It sounds good to me. Only, for some reason, I would use "needs to be agreed upon" in this construction. It just sounds better to my ears, so it's a very personal opinion.
     
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