a huge range of products for you to choose (from)

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EdisonBhola

Senior Member
Korean
Hi all,

Is the "from" in the following sentence needed?

We offer a huge range of products for you to choose (from).

My gut feeling is that both are correct, but "to choose from" is more common in the above context. "From" emphasizes the idea that you can select 1 or 2 products out of the many available. Am I right?

Many thanks! :)
 
  • MrMuselk

    Senior Member
    English - South East England
    To choose would probably suggest to just pick 1 item from the selection, while “from” suggests picking several items from different parts of the shop.
     

    tunaafi

    Senior Member
    English - British (Southern England)
    We offer a huge range of products for you to choose.
    This suggests you can choose all of them.

    We offer a huge range of products for you to choose from.
    This suggests that you choose one or more of the products on offer.


    The second is the natural idea.
     
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