At least the design is sleek…

with sleekly designed

X High-quality with sleekly designed for business setting.

Tim says:

This tag on a bag for sale in a store had so many mistakes on it, we’re only going to discuss the first half of it this week. But that’s still a lot!

  • “High-quality”, with a hyphen, is an adjective. But there’s no noun immediately after it, so it shouldn’t have a hyphen. (or, you could say “A high-quality bag”)
  • There are several ways to fix “with sleekly designed.” Either “with (a) sleek design” or “sleekly designed” (no “with”) would be better.
  • “Business setting” should have “a” before it.

O High quality and sleekly designed for a business setting.


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