educate well or well educate

MmePitchounette

Senior Member
Français, Canada
Hi!

I am not sure what is best to write: to educate well or to well educate.

Here's the whole sentence: "This is the reason why you will have to educate well your clients on the correct amount of product they should apply on their hair "

Thanks in advance.
 
  • owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    I suggest that you forget about "well" in this sentence, MP. It should be enough to say "...educate your clients on...". Readers will assume that you don't intend to do a bad job of educating them, so "well" seems pointless.
     

    JamesM

    Senior Member
    Hi!

    I am not sure what is best to write: to educate well or to well educate.

    Here's the whole sentence: "This is the reason why you will have to educate well your clients on the correct amount of product they should apply on their hair "

    Thanks in advance.
    I agree with owlman5. If you do need to use "well", locate it after "your clients":

    "This is the reason why you will have to educate your clients well on the correct amount of product they should apply on their hair "

    (The whole sentence could be shortened considerably with a little editing.)
     
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