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    Unhappy can explain this to me?

    I everyone, i am confused with the following sentences.

    Radar and thermal image coverage was decent, indicating the vamps were mainly gathered in one spot.
    OR
    Radar and thermal image coverage was decent, which indicates the vamps were mainly gathered in one spot.

    Also

    Customers satisfaction leads to purchase intention, which subsequently leads to loyalty
    or
    Customers satisfaction leads to purchase intention, subsequently leading to loyalty

    thanks alot
    Last edited by koaydarren; 25-Sep-2014 at 20:27.

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    Re: can explain this to me?

    Quote Originally Posted by koaydarren View Post
    I everyone, i am confused with the following sentences.

    Radar and thermal image coverage was decent, indicating the vamps were mainly gathered in one spot.
    OR
    Radar and thermal image coverage was decent, which indicates the vamps were mainly gathered in one spot.

    Also

    Customer satisfaction leads to purchase intention, which subsequently leads to loyalty.
    or
    Customer satisfaction leads to purchase intention, subsequently leading to loyalty.

    thanks alot
    In your first pair of sentences, "indicating" should be used (past tense).

    (I would think that customer satisfaction would result from satisfaction with the product or service (or both).


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