So I recently got a little mixed up over what seemed like (and is) a conditional statement...
"Companies however, rarely H people who are not concerned with the FG that can be obtained by hard work"
And If I understand correctly "People who" is the sufficient condition indicator being shown. I didn't realize initially which part of the statement was S/N. -FG most -H or the other way around. My question is if this is a general principle to count on. x someone who y, and y is your sufficient condition. Are there any hang ups with this? I'm sure if you throw an only in there the who shows the necessary and not the sufficient. Seems like there should be.
Any insight would be much appreciated.
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sounds good to me.
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