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    #1

    Which one/which ones

    The text below is just an example:

    Enterviewer: Do you take drugs?
    Enterviewee: Yes.
    Enterviewer: Which one / which ones?
    Enterviewee : pot.

    The point is : Which one should I use in the text above? Which one or which ones?




    Thanks a lot.

    Marco.
    Last edited by TeacherMarco; 06-Dec-2010 at 18:48.

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    Re: Which one/which ones

    Quote Originally Posted by TeacherMarco View Post
    The text below is just an example:

    Enterviewer: Do you take drugs?
    Enterviewee: Yes.
    Enterviewer: Which one / which ones?
    Enterviewee : pot.

    The point is : Which one should I use in the text above? Which one or which ones?




    Thanks a lot.

    Marco.
    As the interviewee has simply answered 'yes' to this question, which uses the plural ('drugs'), continuing with 'which ones?' seems fine.

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