Question by Jamie C: What’s wrong with this grammar?
“The free of charge performances at Metropolitan State by the Minnesota Sinfonia are thanks to a grant from the Anna M. Heilmaier Charitable Foundation. ” is what the report reads.
‘Are thanks to a grant’? How do I word this to make it sound much more suitable? Or am I just critiquing this also considerably?
Answer by Bio Student
“had been completed to thank the Anna M. Heimaier Charitable Foundation for a grant…”
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