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Do all these sentences make sense?


a) "My bank is picky, and they when make a transfer, they require the other bank's name, address and swift code."


b) "My bank is fussy, and they when make a transfer, they require the other bank's name, address and swift code."


c) ""My bank is nickpicking, and they when make a transfer, they require the other bank's name, address and swift code."



In case all make sense, which adjective makes more sense in this context?



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Christine Christiea) "My bank is picky, and they when make a transfer, they require the other bank's name, address and swift code."

My bank is a stickler for following the rules. For any transfer, they require the other bank's name, address and swift code as well as the account and account holder's information.

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Christine ChristieDo all these sentences make sense?

None do. Banks have to follow regulations.

Christine Christiewhich adjective makes more sense in this context?

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Christine Christienickpicking

This should be nitpicking.

Christine Christiethey when

These words are in the wrong order.