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    #1

    Post Ready for/Ready to

    Which one is correct?

    Your Computer is ready for pick up. Or Your Computer is ready to pick up.

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    #2

    Re: Ready for/Ready to

    Usually it's ready for something (noun), or ready to do something (verb). A pickup. To pick up.

    So your computer is ready for pickup or ready to be picked up, or ready for you to pick up. The first and last ones are best.
    Last edited by abaka; 28-Aug-2012 at 00:56.

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