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India-Local dialect
The work will copiously be studded, hopefully, with the practices in the corporate world to benefit both the students and the corporate executives.

The above sentence attempts to express that corporate practices will be richly cited in the book to benefit both students and executives.

Does it give that sense?
  • cycloneviv

    Senior Member
    English - Australia
    Actually, I understand your use of "studded" in the original sentence, although it doesn't sound very natural I'm afraid.

    I'm not too keen on the "hopefully" either. Are you the writer or publisher of the book? I'd leave it out; it sounds as if you're a bit doubtful that the book will be any good/any use.

    A similarly figurative alternative to "studded" might be: "The work will be a mine of information on business world/corporate practices and will be useful to both students and professionals (alike)."
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