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The results of the customer survey should be available next week, and ………. :

  • it is expected that it will show a demand for UX improvements.
  • we expect to show demands for UX improvements.
  • it expects that the customers will be demanding improvements in UX improvements.
Explanation & Hint:

“It is expected that it will show a demand for UX improvements.”

  • This sentence uses passive voice but is clear and grammatically correct. It implies a general expectation without specifying who holds this expectation, which can be appropriate in a formal context.

“We expect to show demands for UX improvements.”

  • This sentence uses active voice but is slightly less clear because “to show demands” is not as precise. It suggests that your team is presenting the demands rather than the survey results themselves indicating the demand.

“It expects that the customers will be demanding improvements in UX improvements.”

  • This sentence is grammatically incorrect and redundant with “improvements in UX improvements.” Additionally, “It expects” is unclear about who or what is doing the expecting.

Overall, the first option is preferred because it clearly and correctly communicates the expected outcome of the survey results.

For more Questions and Answers:

1.1.4 Exercise 2 Exam Answers – English for IT 1 Module 1 100%

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