This is an expression that we use when we're listing items, to show that there is variety.
But there's often one tiny, vital word missing: to.
Without that one word, you leave your reader hanging.
Here's how not to do it:
We have products ranging from birthday cards, beautiful notebooks, handcrafted jewellery and quirky gifts.
We have prices to suit all budgets, ranging from £50.
Both these sentences leave out to. When you range from something, you must also say where that range goes to, like this:
We have products ranging from birthday cards and beautiful notebooks to handcrafted jewellery and quirky gifts.
We have prices to suit all budgets, ranging from £50 to £500.
TIP: Think of driving a Range Rover from your house to the beach (or somewhere you'd like to be!)
Don't start your reader on a journey and then forget to tell them where they're going. Remember, for every from there should be a to!
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