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    "for" and "about"

    Could you say in other words the following sentence because I can't get the meaning:

    On a daily basis, these assistants record information and answer questions about and for employees.

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    Re: "for" and "about"

    Quote Originally Posted by snade17 View Post
    Could you say in other words the following sentence because I can't get the meaning:

    On a daily basis, these assistants record information and answer questions about and for employees.
    It means those assistants have two functions; record information about the employees [their activities] and record information for [to supply, offer, give to] employees. However, the sentence is confusing because a less "formal" one was not used.

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    Smile Re: "for" and "about"

    Thank you very much, julio. You were most helpful.

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