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  1. Hecquaro
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    Plural amounts in plural objects.

    Good day,

    Taking this sentence coming from a technical guide:

    "Flush buttons for 0,8 and 1,6 gallons flushes"

    I would like if it is correct, or if it should be:

    "Flush buttons for 0,8 and 1,6 gallon flushes"

    or

    "Flush buttons for 0,8 and 1,6 gallons flush"

    In advance, thank you very much for your answer!

    Olivier


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    Re: Plural amounts in plural objects.

    "Flush buttons for 0,8 and 1,6 gallon flushes" is correct

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