they will accompany...and (will) remain...

grillisimo

Member
spanish, Spain
Good evening!

I was wondering if it would be possible to omit the verb will in the second part of the sentence:

The museum staff, instructors, teachers will accompany children and (will) remain during their first contact with an interactive environment that is custom built to suit their needs.

Frase original:
Personal del museo, monitores, profesores acompañarán y estarán presentes en el primer contacto del niño con un entorno interactivo creado exclusivamente para ellos.


Thank you in advance.
 
  • levmac

    Senior Member
    British English
    Yes you can. Incidentally, I would probably say "the children" if it's specific children or if it's children in general, I would make the phrase passive.
     

    levmac

    Senior Member
    British English
    Museum staff, instructors, teachers will accompany children/child visitors and remain present/there during their first contact with an interactive environment that is custom built to suit their needs.

    Children will be accompanied by
    museum staff, instructors, and teachers during their first contact...
     
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