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|markinrussia Hi Pamela,|
Here's how I would change things: "You made things easier" (no need for a definite article on plural "things") Also, as a comparative, "easy" doesn't take "more", "easier " already means this.
Perhaps, "Sometimes (a or the) customer makes ...
|markinrussia While all three are correct, there are some subtle differences between them. Typically if the object is within reach we might say "point to", if the object is out of reach, "point at" and if we are speaking about one out of several similar ...|
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