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Which is correct?

(... The people in the shop, they ...)

  • I guess they would be quite accommodating to an American tourist.
  • I guess they would be quite accommodating for an American tourist.
  • I guess they would be quite accommodating towards an American tourist.
  • ... ?

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If you are trying to say people will be will to do things

accommodating to
accommodating towards

might be used

accommodating for

might not have a meaning you are not, except in certain parts of Amsterdam.

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  • "*willing" ? "are not ___" ?
    – Martin Ba
    Dec 8, 2016 at 20:59

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