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06:24 Feb 27, 2002
Japanese to English translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary
Japanese term or phrase:seek to better its performance
Is the sentence below grammatically correct??
"The company is seeking to better its performance by introducing new products."
I am not sure whether "to" followed by "seeking" is necessary or not.
"to " should be followed by a verb, right?
In addition, "better its performance" sounds odd to me.
Is it better to remove "to" and "its"??
I did not know that "better" is used as a verb.
I am sorry to bother you with such a trivial question.
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