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    TWIN PACK or TWIN PACKS

    GUYS, twin pack and twin packs, which one is the correct one?

    (the shop is selling diapers in twin packs or twin pack?)

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    Re: TWIN PACK or TWIN PACKS

    It's packs in your sentence.

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    Re: TWIN PACK or TWIN PACKS

    If you only picked up one of them and took it to the payment counter, you would have bought "one twin pack". There would still be several twin packs left on the shelf.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Thumbs up Re: TWIN PACK or TWIN PACKS

    THANKS FOR THE HELP GUYS!!!

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    Re: TWIN PACK or TWIN PACKS

    Quote Originally Posted by mr alfred View Post
    THANKS FOR THE HELP GUYS!!!
    You're welcome. However, there is no need to add an extra post to a thread just to say thank you. You can click the Like button on each post that helped you.

    Please don't post all in capital letters - it's the online equivalent of shouting.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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