Native English speakers, could you please help me with these issues?

Are these sentences correct:

a) "You should look for a doctor who is UP-TO-DATE ON those issues."

b) "He's a very good doctor, and he's VERY UP-TO-DATE  ON everything in his professional field."

2 Answers

  • Bandz
    Lv 5
    4 weeks ago
    Favorite Answer

    You don’t need the hyphens in either of them. You can think of it like this: if you are trying to put the adjective before the noun that it describes, and the adjective is more than one word but still a single term, you use hyphens to join the words of the adjective, but if the adjective is after the noun, then you don’t use hyphens.

  • 4 weeks ago

    a) He is a good doctor and he's very proficient on those issues.

    b) He's is a very good doctor and he's very well versed in everything in his professional field.

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