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Hello teachers!
I'm writing this question although i was sent some opinions by some teachers because i wanna get lots of opinions on this matter.
Please help me teachers. Emotion: smile

I have a paragraph and wonder what the answer is that you think.
And please let me know why you check that answer.
please give me your brilliant brain.

Q.
Hello! Thank you for ___ our company as your potential contractor.
We have a few samples that you might be interested in.
One of our staff will be sent to show you the samples shortly.
Should you select us for your final contractor, you wont regret.
Please let us know as soon as possible via email.
Thanks, we hope you like the samples.
#1. considering
#2. choosing
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For the given context, in which you are asking the addressee to select you, i.e., choose you, you can't very well thank them for choosing you because they haven't done that yet.

You'll need "considering". The word "potential" is troubling, though. You should remove it.

CJ
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CalifJim : You'll need "considering". The word "potential" is troubling, though.
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Why do the word "potential" have in problem in that context?
Isn't the word "potential" a hint?
Because it means that final contractor have not been decided yet?
wldmslWhy do the word "potential" have in problem in that context?
(Why is the word "potential" a problem in that context?)

Because it duplicates the idea of "considering".

They are considering you for a contractor. That means you are already potentially a contractor. You don't have to say it twice.

I don't think there is any point in talking about "potential contractors" and "final contractors". If they are considering, it's a matter of "potential". If they have chosen, it's a matter of "final".

CJ
Ah! now i see. thanks Emotion: smile
Then i have another question.
Why do you think '#2. choosing' is not correct answer?
Just make no sense?
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wldmslWhy do you think '#2. choosing' is not correct answer?
Please read my first reply again. I explained why in that post.

CJ