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    for 10 percent off any other item

    That T-shirt is out of stock, but we’ll give you a voucher for 10 percent off any other item in the store.
    Would you please tell me what the underlined phrase mean?
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    Re: for 10 percent off any other item

    When the person addressed pays for the next item s/he buys in the store, s/he will hand over the voucher and receive a 10% discount.

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    Re: for 10 percent off any other item

    I think I have to add 'for' at the place below:

    That T-shirt is out of stock, but we’ll give you a voucher for 10 percent off for any other item in the store.

    Am I wrong?

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    Re: for 10 percent off any other item

    Quote Originally Posted by atabitaraf View Post
    I think I have to add 'for' at the place below:

    That T-shirt is out of stock, but we’ll give you a voucher for 10 percent off for any other item in the store.

    Am I wrong?
    Yes, you are wrong.

    I am giving you 10% off your next purchase.
    I got 10% off my new car.
    We will give you 10% off anything you buy today.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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