It’s always better to contemplate before buying a pricey product

Is the above sentence correct?


Using ‘contemplate’ on its own sounds too philosophical in this context because it sounds too serous a word used in connection with buying something expensive. ‘Contemplate’ suggests think deeply. I would suggest something like:

It’s always better to think twice before buying a pricey product

My view is no problem.

Adjective needs to have another infinitive sometimes.

It is easy to say but difficult to do.

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