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    provide convenience?

    I'm eager to know whether the sentence "Cellphones provide convenience to us" is correct. Thank you. I'm sorry for any inconvenience caused hereby. Very sincerely.

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    Re: provide convenience?

    Quote Originally Posted by maoyueh View Post
    I'm eager to know whether the sentence "Cellphones provide convenience to us" is correct. Thank you. I'm sorry for any inconvenience caused hereby. Very sincerely.
    It's OK/understandable, but "...a convenience to/for us" or "are a convenience for us" would also work.

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