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Hi, should it be "She bought two green and one red apple" or "She bought two green and one red apples?" Many thanks.
Thanks. What if we want to say something where the sequence of the objects concerned is important, eg:
"He won three gold, two silver and one bronze medal(s) in the competition."
Should there be an "s"? Please help. Thanks!
"She bought two green and one red apple." and
"She bought two green apples and a red one."
the second sounds better. Of the original question the first sounds better.
Generally medals are listed from gold down. So why not reorder it to:
"She one two gold medals, one silver, and one bronze." (Yes, you'd have to use the right intonation if you were speaking this).