depend on

guzhi

Senior Member
Thailand
Hi,

Could you help me with this sentence? I don't like 'depending on'.
- It's like the axle of a wheel that has much/lots of/ a lot of potential depending on where it is situated.

G
 
  • Joelline

    Senior Member
    American English
    I agree with Mrbilal87; "depending on" is correct and customary in this sentence. I can't think of any other English collocation that would work as naturally or as well in this sentence.
     
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