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    Is this sentence correct ?

    Dear all,

    Is this sentence correct ?

    In general, television was voted as providing the best experience while the majority of 13-to-17 year olds wacthed television and the minority of them read a comic book



    Many thanks

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    Re: Is this sentence correct ?

    Quote Originally Posted by duiter View Post
    Dear all,

    Is this sentence correct ?

    In general, television was voted as providing the best experience while the majority of 13-to-17 year olds wacthed television and the minority of them read a comic book



    Many thanks
    It's OK but I would prefer "..........with the majority of 13-17 year-olds who watch television and the minority who read (present tense) a comic book".

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