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    #1

    for/with

    Dear all,

    Could anyone please tell me which of the following sentence has correct grammar?
    Thank you

    We sell very well "for" this model or we sell very well "with" this model

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    #2

    Re: for/with

    What about "this model sells well"?
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    #3

    Re: for/with

    That sounds very good. but I am just wondering if I would have to use it this way, which one would be better, "for" or "with"?

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    #4

    Re: for/with

    It's not natural either way. We wouldn't say something like that.

    We might say that "this model sells well." We might say "We have a lot of sales of this model."

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