The following sentence is from a passage:
So they just leave it to the advertiser to find eleven ways of making it appeal to purchasers after they have finished it.
I am interested in 'eleven ways'. Why 'eleven' instead of ten or twenty, etc? Is there a reason for choosing 'eleven' or no reason at all?
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It seems to me to be an arbitrary number. Maybe somebody just likes the sound of the word eleven.
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Thank you very much for your explanation. Now I see.
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