available [before or after noun?]

  • heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    Personally I don't think it works very well either way. If you omit 'a current price list and', you are saying 'We are sending you available discounts' or We are sending you discounts available.' Neither if which sound right.

    I'd rewrite it as something like '
    We are sending you a current price list and details of available discounts'.
     

    Parla

    Member Emeritus
    English - US
    We are sending you a current price list and available discounts.

    Does AVAILABLE go before or after the noun?
    Before, as you have it. From HeyPresto's reply, I gather that your sentence wouldn't sound right in UK English; it sounds fine to me, though.
     
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