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    #1

    which one

    Hi


    A salesman should always ....................... the wants of customers .

    a- achieve b- attend c- provide for d- see at e- attend to

    Which of the above answers is correct?


    Thank you very much

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    Re: which one

    attend to
    Generally speaking, we attend to wants/needs and provide for people.

    I prefer "needs" over "wants", and if they are not really "needs" you can use "wishes".

    It is better to say '...his/her/their customers...'.

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    #3

    Re: which one

    Quote Originally Posted by 2006 View Post
    attend to
    Generally speaking, we attend to wants/needs and provide for people.

    I prefer "needs" over "wants", and if they are not really "needs" you can use "wishes".

    It is better to say '...his/her/their customers...'.
    Thank you very much, 2006!

    Regards

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