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marcbatco

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Italian-Italy
Hi, I would please ask you which of the expressions in bold is correct in the following:
In particular, I have been fascinated by the development of Body Wash Products by the AM Beauty scientists which are proved to gently clean the skin and provide skin moisturization.
 
  • Barque

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    Tamil
    which of the expressions in bold is correct in the following
    Hi. I haven't understood your question. There's only one expression in bold in your sentence - "which are proved to". Your question suggests a choice.
     
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    marcbatco

    Senior Member
    Italian-Italy
    Hi. I haven't understood your question. There's only one expression in bold in your sentence - "which are proved to". Your question suggests a choice.
    I'd say "which have been proved to", but I'd rearrange the sentence, since the way it now reads, the scientists clean the skin.
    Thanks, Barque and Parla.
    To Barque: sorry, I meant to say: if the expression in bold is correct ...
    To Parla: I would rearrange as follows: In particular, I have been fascinated by Body Wash Products, developed by the AM Beauty scientists, which have been proved to gently clean the skin and provide skin moisturization. What do think and proved is appropriately used in this context?
     
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