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Hello,

I hope you are all ok. I would like to know if the following constructions are correct and if both forms are acceptable. Thank you.

A. Our products are 100% natural with responsibly-obtained ingredients from animals and plants / with ingredients that are responsibly obtained from animals and plants.

B. Sir, I understand you can't buy it now, but what would have to / might have to happen for you to buy our product now?

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Nature04Our products are 100% natural with responsibly-obtained ingredients from animals and plants / with ingredients that are responsibly obtained from animals and plants.

Adverbs in "-ly" do not take that hyphen. If you must keep that wording, you need a comma before "with". Either order is OK if you don't mind sounding like you're hiding something. But I am immune to advertising, so take that into account.

Nature04B. Sir, I understand you can't buy it now, but what would have to / might have to happen for you to buy our product now?

I don't understand what you are trying to say. It sounds like "I know you can't, but is there a way I can coerce you?"

Thank you for your prompt reply. I wasn't sure about the hyphen rule, but now it is clear for me.

Regarding the construction number B, it is the type of scenario where the customer seems to be interested in buying product x, but maybe he or she can't now because their budget is tight, so by asking the customer a question like - what would have to happen for you to buy the product now? - maybe I can get them to say something like " well, the monthly fee would have to go down or the terms would have to be changed for me".

Does that make sense?

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I meant to say - Regarding the construction B. Please ignore the word number.