Activities that have and have not funding

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Teata A Wilson posted:

I just find the collect sentence for this: Activities that have funding or funded and activities that have not funded or funding.

Thanks and looking forward to the comment.

I can't understand your question. I don't know what you mean by "I just find the collect sentence for this." Do you mean "correct sentence"? If so, what do you mean by saying that you "just find it"? What comes after the colon makes no sense whatsoever. Would you like to try to pose your question differently? Thank you.

Teata A Wilson posted:
what I mean is what is the correct use word for this: activities that have not funded.

Thanks for clarifying. You can't say "activities that have not funded," which is ungrammatical and illogical. I think you mean to refer to:

  • activities that have not been funded
  • activities that don't have funding
  • activities that have no funding
  • unfunded activities

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