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This is my situation: at the last sentence, I listed an example which shows an advantage of my model. Then I want to write a sentence to say something like:

"Moreover, there are several other advantages have been observed. For example...."

But, I feel so uncomfortable when I read this sentence...but I don't know how to improve it... Any ideas?

Thank you!

  • ...there are several other advantages that have been observed. Either include that, or delete there are. – FumbleFingers Apr 27 '16 at 22:58
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I guess, it looks uncomfortable because it uses two predicates at once. Pick one:
"Moreover, there are several other advantages."
"Moreover, several other advantages have been observed."

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