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    #1

    Framing a question with non-repetitive noun?

    Suppose i want to say "who will buy this companies product?"

    how to ask above question without repeating the noun "product"

    assuming that the person already knows what i am talking about (product)


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    Re: Framing a question with non-repetitive noun?

    Firstly, it should read company's.

    The company's product - the product which is produced by the company.

    The possesive word company's needs a noun.

    Other words for product are goods, merchandise, items, etc.

    But product is the most common word.

    I am not a teacher.

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