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    #1

    both for which - which for both?

    I am having some serious trouble phrasing this sentence...

    "I wish expand my analytical skills and the ability to think strategically both for which this program at ABC University is well-known"

    Can anyone please help me? I am in a loop here, trying to fit both, which and for in different positions, but none really work

    cheers

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    Re: both for which - which for both?

    Quote Originally Posted by JuBrunello View Post
    I am having some serious trouble phrasing this sentence.

    "I wish to expand my analytical skills and the my ability to think strategically – both for which for both of which this program at ABC University is well-known."

    Can anyone please help me? I am in a loop here, trying to fit both, which and for in different positions, but none really work

    Cheers.

    It's a bit clunky even with the correction. I would be inclined to split this into two sentences.

    I want to expand my analytical skills and my ability to think strategically. The program at ABC University is well-known for facilitating both.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    #3

    Re: both for which - which for both?

    Thanks a lot, the split sentence sounds really much better

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