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Obtuse sentence structure hampering understanding - what does it mean?

The most important question of all:

"What is it that the product we are working on provides this behaviour type"

Is there a word missing? provides for this behaviour type ?

Or is the sentence just misconstructed?

1 Answer

Hi Harry, the sentence does seem oddly constructed. However, there doesn't seem to be an error, but I'm sure Treehouse appreciates the input.

Thanks for your speedy response, Dustin. I've translated in my notes the following: "What does this product provide for each behaviour type?".