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Because I often see as well as or and in sentences, is the following sentence correct?

It is suitable for you and as well for me.

Thanks!

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  • I believe it's actually syntactical (although if both must exist, and for me as well sounds much better)—but mostly redundant and would likely be edited to remove one or the other. Or to change it to the form I suggested. – Jason Bassford Nov 29 '18 at 4:15
  • 'As well' is usually used at the end of a sentence, as in Jason's example. You could say 'and also for me' as well. – Kate Bunting Nov 29 '18 at 9:14
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It is suitable for you and as well for me. (incorrect)

It is suitable for you, and for me as well. (afterthought)

It is suitable for you and for me. (poetic)

It is suitable for you and me. (normal)

It is suitable for both of us. (usual)

It is suitable for you and also for me. (your preference takes priority)

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