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    "Which of the following is" vs "Which of the followings is"

    I have to prepare of corporate questionnaire. pls help me!

    Which of the following is correct?/Which of the followings is correct? ----> WHICH question IS THE RIGHT FORM?
    a. 1st option
    b. 2nd option
    c. 3rd option
    d. 4th option

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    Re: "Which of the following is" vs "Which of the followings is"

    Which of the following (options - the noun is implied) is correct?

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    Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.

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    Re: "Which of the following is" vs "Which of the followings is"

    Quote Originally Posted by learner7 View Post
    I have to prepare of corporate questionnaire. pls help me!

    Which of the following is correct?/Which of the followings is correct? ----> WHICH question IS THE RIGHT FORM?
    a. 1st option
    b. 2nd option
    c. 3rd option
    d. 4th option
    The question is always "Which of the following ...? not "followings". That is because effectively there is a missing word - "Which of the following options is correct?"
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: "Which of the following is" vs "Which of the followings is"

    Quote Originally Posted by learner7 View Post
    I have to prepare a corporate questionnaire. Please help me!

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    Re: "Which of the following is" vs "Which of the followings is"

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    Thanks a lot to all!!!
    Yes, in my questions I could mark the TWO mistakes now. Thanks for correcting.

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