I have made up the sentences below.
(1a) I purchased a computer program for you made to simplify complicated calculations.
(1b) I purchased a computer program made to simplify complicated calculations for you.
(2a) I chose a watch for you that was designed by two famous French artists eighty years ago.
(2b) I chose a watch that was designed by two famous French artists eighty years ago for you.
I am not sure where to place "for you" correctly in the sentences. Please help me. Thank you.
English grammar questions, answered by Alan
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All possible but the (a) sentences are clearer.