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    #1

    sentence correct?

    Another question...

    Is the following sentence correct, above all the underlined part?

    The prizes of clothes are reduced, you can even speak of minimized, sometimes up to 70%.


    Thank you!


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    Re: sentence correct?

    The prizes of clothes are reduced, you can even speak of minimized, sometimes up to 70%.

    I'm not sure, without context, whether 'clothes' or 'clothing ' is the appropriate word.

    The price of clothes is reduced, one might even say, shrunk, by up to 70%.


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    Re: sentence correct?

    Thank you!!!

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    Re: sentence correct?

    Try: Stunning reductions in clothing, prices slashed by as much as 70%! Put that in your shop window!

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