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    A Question

    Both version are found on the web:


    "There are jobs available such as nurse, teacher, and security guard."
    "There are jobs available such as nurses, teachers, and security guards."


    Should I used the first or second version?

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    Re: A Question

    Quote Originally Posted by mathhen View Post
    Both version are found on the web:


    "There are jobs available such as nurse, teacher, and security guard."
    "There are jobs available such as nurses, teachers, and security guards."


    Should I used the first or second version?
    Is this a possible clone of a banned user? I saw the same question earlier today!

    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/as...jobs-such.html
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    Re: A Question

    You are right, amigos4.

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