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Is this sentence grammatical? Hi dear native speakers Is the following sentence grammatically well-formed? If we increase the prices with no enough considerations, nobody can buy anything. I doubt about "considerationS" Thanks in advance
Sep 26, 2019 5:44 PM
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No. If we increase the prices with no enough considerations, nobody can buy anything. "no enough" - does not work. Generally it would have to be with not enough .... But, here not the most natural way to say it, If we increase the prices without enough consideration, nobody can buy anything. "consideration" can function as collective, not requiring a plural. Also could go with the following stressing the conditional nature of your sentence If we increase the prices with insufficient consideration, nobody will be able to buy anything. If we increase the prices without sufficient consideration, nobody will be able to buy anything. If we increase the prices without consideration, nobody will be able to buy anything.
September 26, 2019
I would say it like Andrew has except I would say “without enough”.
September 26, 2019
looks good except a few things I would say it like this "If we increase the prices with not enough consideration, nobody will buy anything" or "nobody would be able to buy anything"
September 26, 2019
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