except for manually <review / reviewing> accounts

danieldaniel2

New Member
English - America
Which one of the below would be correct (if any)?
1. "There's not much else we can do except for manually review accounts."
2. "There's not much else we can do except for manually reviewing accounts."
3. Other?

Thanks in advance for the help!
 
  • e2efour

    Senior Member
    UK English
    Welcome to the forum, danieldaniel.:)

    Try using another preposition after except. The at least one of the sentences will be correct. I wouldn't use except for in either of them, although some people might.
     
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