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    singular or plural

    He is able to do a lot of work in the film and TV industry

    He is able to do a lot of work in the film and TV industries

    Is the film and TV considered as one industry?

    Which is correct?

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    Re: singular or plural

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    He is able to do a lot of work in the film and TV industry

    He is able to do a lot of work in the film and TV industries

    Is the film and TV considered as one industry?

    Which is correct?
    The film and TV industry: just one industry on film and TV;
    The film and TV industries: two different industries; one is film industry, the other TV industry.
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