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gour AndygcJan 18, London but from Yorkshire English - England. I feel that you cater to the repected recipient of your services - We cater to the nobility. Catering for is more a matter of solving a problem.
Of course you can regard the recipient of your services as a sort of problem and cater for them. It's neeeds difference between providing a service and doing a job.Secor IL Wife Swapping
Jan Will cater to your needs, Ugh, I don't understand why you'll are being so heeds about the specifics Assuming that we are all native speakers, which I am, when reading something that has "cater to," I still understand what's being said in the context. I could only see it would be necessary fater correctly utilize either "to" or "for" after cater if it was on an English exam in college as English as your major interest of study.Norristown PA Cheating Wives
JulianStuartJan 19, Jan 19, AndygcJan 19, EStjarnOct 29, EdisonBhola Senior Member Korean. How about for tastes, such as in music, fashion, or nreds.
Based on the discussion here, we should say "cater TO different tastes"? EdisonBholaJun 12, For example, "Our music shop caters to a variety of taste" is correct and "Our music shop caters for a variety of taste" is wrong.Adult Want Hot Sex Tendoy Idaho
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The issue of funding has yet to be addressed. None of the solutions about taking care of problems or rather, not taking care of them captures the sense of "catered" that means special, solicitous care.
I suggest that the speed bump you hit with "catered to problems" is the same one that will throw your readers Will cater to your needs the unfortunate attraction of the preposition " to " to the noun " problems ," as in. I further suggest that the solution is adopt Little Eva's phrasing to hour your modifier after the noun:.Adult Want Sex Dickinson North Dakota
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