What's that in English please?
then he and you if he not be you clearly have no idea of what Openreach's responsibilities areClassic.... That sentence following the first
"Classic" is close, more accurately "archaic".
I suppose it would be better as "then he and you if you not be he ...", and perhaps "... of the extent of Openreach's responsibilities", but otherwise I think you will find it is grammatically spot on. Maybe a little difficult for the "write as you speak", or even worse "write as you text" generation
, or those that can only handle single-clause sentences and not familiar with properly constructed conditional clauses.
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Edited by RobertoS (Tue 03-Jan-12 12:01:24)