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The goal of this project is to translate to English and make more accessible the resources: resource1 and resource2, which are descriptions ...

The punctuation on this phrase is correct? Do I need to add/delete any commas or add a comma here?

accessible, the resources:...

Sorry, this is a really important paper for me. Thanks in advance.

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Colons are fine. They help you list the things. Here, you are actually listing the resources.

A comma would simply seperate them from each other making it a series. Also, if you put a comma, it doesn't complete the sentence: more accessible... what? You need a pronoun or noun there to complete it: ...make it more accessible... but that's not the case I think.

I can help you more if you post the whole paragraph. The sentence is confusing as it is.

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  • The phrase: " The goal of this project is to translate to english and make more accessible the resources: resource1 and resource2, which are descriptions of many algorithms and data structures especially popular in field of competitive programming. "
    – ssjack
    Commented Sep 24, 2020 at 22:01

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