Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?
1. Is this sentence correct:
"What's the minimum wage/salary LEGALLY IN FORCE in your country?"
2. And in case the sentence is correct, is there a better way to phrase this?
- Anonymous3 weeks agoFavorite Answer
It is OK.
More natural might be: "What's the legal minimum wage/salary in your country?"
It is implicit that a law can be enforced.
- reme_1Lv 73 weeks ago
What is the legal minimum wage in your country? (Keep it simple.)
- Anonymous3 weeks ago
No. "in force" means something entirely different. "What's the legal minimum wage in your country?" is how to say it. Don't try to make it fancy by using more words.
- GuardianLv 73 weeks ago