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    Food (for you) to avoid versus food to be avoided

    It's me again!

    I think I know that food to avoid means food which/that should be avoided.

    Food for you to avoid means food (which/that) you should avoid.

    Does Food to avoid mean the same as food to be avoided?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Food (for you) to avoid versus food to be avoided

    Quote Originally Posted by JACEK1 View Post
    It's me again!

    I think I know that food to avoid means food which/that should be avoided.

    Food for you to avoid means food (which/that) you should avoid.

    Does Food to avoid mean the same as food to be avoided?

    Thank you.
    Yes.

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