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    #1

    Cool without any doubts

    Hi,

    Which one is correct? without any doubts? or without doubts?:

    Aren't both of them correct?

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    Re: without any doubts

    I'm not a professional teacher, but to me "without any doubts" sounds more emphatic. Both are grammatically correct, but at least in NZ English, it would be more usual to hear "without any doubts" or simply "without doubt".

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