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I am looking for the best way to express the meaning of "somebody chosen something that is also chosen by many others because it is the best in the field".

-The A company chosed this B company as their provider too.

-The A company have also chosen this B company as their provider.

-The A company chosen this B company as their provider like many other.

-The A company just like other companies chosen B company as their provider.

What is the best/correct way to express this?

Anything other than my examples also appriciated.

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A good way to phrase this would be "The A company, like many others, chose/has chosen the B company as their provider" Or you could even go further and say "The A company, like many others, chose / have chosen B company as their provider, due to [insert reason]".

  • "The A company chosed this B company as their provider too." This is grammatically incorrect. Chosed does not exist; it is chose.
  • "The A company have also chosen this B company as their provider." Also is good, however I feel that it does not convey the message as strongly as you would like.
  • "The A company chosen this B company as their provider like many other." You should have written "has chosen" and "like many others".
  • "The A company just like other companies chosen B company as their provider. You need to use commas here and "has chosen": "The A company, just like other companies, has chosen the B company as their provider.
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    not bad at all! but this would be a header of an article so reason can be inserted inside it. so 2nd option seems good but "The A company, like many others, have chosen the B company as their provider" sounds more like a news writer to me. It should be a thrustable opinion based header to create some common sense. – Berker Yüceer Sep 19 '19 at 10:59
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    If it is a header of an article, maybe you could try and use something short and snappy like "B company prides itself as A company follows crowd and chooses them as their provider" or "B company basques in the glory as A company opts for their provider services"? – books4languages.com Sep 19 '19 at 12:04

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