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    which makes it very attractive for the owner to consider a retrofit with the LIPSTRON

    Hello everybody!

    I am sorry for not having written you any questions for so long. My old laptop computer has been dead for at least one and a half months. I have had a new one for two weeks now but couldn't find time to write to you.

    To my way of thinking, "which makes it very attractive for the owner to consider a retrofit with the LIPSTRON" means "which largely encourages the owner to consider a retrofit with the LIPSTRON.

    The whole sentence reads as follows:
    Concluding it can be said, that with the LIPSTRONICR a leap forward has been made, which makes it very attractive for the owner to consider a retrofit with the LIPSTRONR system.

    Is my thinking right?

    Thank you.
    Last edited by JACEK1; 16-Nov-2013 at 22:32.

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    Re: which makes it very attractive for the owner to consider a retrofit with the LIPS

    Quote Originally Posted by JACEK1 View Post
    Hello everybody!

    I am sorry for not having written you any questions for so long. My old laptop computer has been dead for at least one and a half months. I have had a new one for two weeks now but couldn't find time to write to you.

    To my way of thinking, "which makes it very attractive for the owner to consider a retrofit with the LIPSTRON" means "which largely encourages the owner to consider a retrofit with the LIPSTRON.

    The whole sentence reads as follows:
    Concluding it can be said, that with the LIPSTRONICR a leap forward has been made, which makes it very attractive for the owner to consider a retrofit with the LIPSTRONR system.

    Is my thinking right?

    Thank you.
    Yes, that's the broad meaning.
    Note that "Concluding it can be said, that ...," is not correct grammar. Perhaps they mean, "Concluding, it can be said that ..."

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