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    I need help with a sentence (tag-line) for a client...

    She has a tailoring business and she submitted this tagline, "Clothing aren't bought to fit, their tailored to fit". What is wrong with this sentence and why? Firstly I know that their should be they're. Please help.

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    Re: I need help with a sentence (tag-line) for a client...

    "Clothing aren't bought to fit, their tailored to fit"

    bammtheque.
    "Clothes aren't bought to fit, they're tailored to fit"
    OR
    "Clothing isn't bought to fit, it's tailored to fit"

    I think the first one works better.

    not a teacher

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    Re: I need help with a sentence (tag-line) for a client...

    Quote Originally Posted by bammtheque View Post
    Firstly I know that their should be they're are.
    We need the full form of the verb here.

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