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    Talking [which]

    I am curious ..

    Companies that are targeting this niche have found that products that simply do (the job for which they were designed) are easier to manufacture, require less marketing , and have greater profit margins.

    For the part that I used brackets, can I write (the job which they were designed for) ?

    I'm not sure where to put 'for'

    Please help me~!

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    Re: [which]


    • ... products that simply do the job which they were designed for ... .
    • ... products that simply do the job which they were designed to do ... .

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