1. I have ten grand. ('grand' is plural right?)
2. I have half a grand. (Is this incorrect?)
3. I have half grand. (Or this is correct?
If #2 is incorrect, is it because of this:
4. I have 2 apples. (correct)
5. I have half a apples. (Incorrect. So for 'grand' which is plural, is it that's why #2 is incorrect?)
Is this correct?
1. Is it that's why #2 is incorrect? (This question sounds awkward. If it is incorrect, how can I repair it?)
'Grand' is slang, but 1 and 2 are both correct.
1. I have ten grand. Here, 'grand' is plural.
2. I have half a grand. Here, 'grand' is singular.
What about this?
1. Is it that's why #2 is incorrect? (Is this question correct? It sounds awkward. How can I fix it?)
2. Is this why #2 is incorrect? (This is correct right?)
Originally Posted by jack
2. Is this
why #2 is incorrect?
Alternatively, "Is that why #2 is incorrect?"
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